Giuliani was released from the hospital Thursday
(CNN) Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani saw his personal physician again Friday before returning to a campaign schedule that included an evening fundraiser.
"Every test was normal," campaign communications director Katie Levinson told CNN in an email exchange. "Enough," was her response when a CNN reporter asked her to characterize those tests.
She did respond "no" when asked if Giuliani's treatment included any prescription drugs.
"I feel great. I feel terrific,” Giuliani told reporters as he headed into that fundraiser in Rochester, New York.
He is scheduled to campaign Saturday and Sunday in New Hampshire.
Asked in the early evening whether Giuliani had gone to the doctor or to any medical appointments Friday, a campaign aide in New York declined to answer. At one point, when asked whether the campaign would detail any medical tests the mayor had received, the aide joked to a CNN reporter "put away your black helicopter."
Later, in response to questions from CNN, Levinson, who was traveling with the candidate, said: "He went to see his primary care physician this afternoon around 2 p.m. for a follow up. He got there at 8 pm or so last night and it sounds like it they just wrapped up today..."
The "last night" reference was regarding a Thursday night appointment in New York after Giuliani was released from an overnight hospital stay in St. Louis.
He was hospitalized after experiencing what the campaign described as flu like symptoms including a severe headache and discomfort. Giuliani's doctor in New York recommended his plane return to St. Louis and that the Mayor receive medical attention.
- CNN Chief National Correspondent John King