House District 136 candidate Sharon Howard says plans to continue campaigning after suspending her campaign due to a health problem last week.
"I plan to return to work in a couple weeks," said Howard.
She says doctors recommended some rest before returning to work as a surgical technician in a couple weeks. Howard says she's not under any treatment.
Howard says she initially suspended the campaign because she was waiting for a full prognosis from doctors.
"At that time, it was the wise thing to do," she said.
Howard says she initially went to the emergency room on Jan. 24.
"I thought it was the flu... had a terrible headache, some blurred vision," she said.
After a CT scan, doctors found a small vein had hemorrhaged, outside of her brain in the frontal lobe, Howard said.
"The probability of this occurring again is 2 percent... This is non-life threatening," she added.