All of her scans were clear, and she returned home later Tuesday, said her spokesman Adam Russell, who provided no further details.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York said in a statement he spoke with Feinstein on Wednesday morning.
“She said she suffered no injuries and briefly went to the hospital as a precaution,” Schumer said.
Since her return to work in May, she has traveled the Capitol halls in a wheelchair and has often appeared confused and disoriented.
Feinstein has defended her ability to perform her job, though her office said in May that she was still experiencing vision and balance impairments from the shingles virus.
Feinstein, who took office in 1992, announced earlier this year that she would not seek reelection in 2024.
Even after she returned, concerns continued that she would not be able to make it for every crucial vote. »