Clinton, a former U.S. senator and secretary of state, has made a habit of sharing information about her health and fitness, which has drawn ire from her rivals.
Clinton’s team said she plans to release the results of a new MRI in a couple of weeks and will make her health official information.
“We will be releasing the results in a few weeks,” she said in a statement.
Clinton, 68, is considered a potential candidate for the Democratic nomination for president.
Her campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Clinton also criticized GOP candidates, including Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov.
John Kasich, for making claims that are false.
She has said she will not be seeking the presidency again.
“I will not run for president again, and I do not plan to,” Clinton said on MSNBC.
“The time for political posturing has passed.
The time for fighting, insults, attacks, lies has not.”
She also suggested that Trump, the Republican front-runner, is unfit for the White House.
“Donald Trump is not fit for the office of the presidency,” Clinton wrote in an email to supporters.
“He has shown himself to be incapable of holding his own against the intelligence of his own people.
And he has shown no respect for the norms of the office.
The next president of the United States will have to make hard choices about how to govern and lead the country.”
Clinton’s campaign also announced that she plans a two-day, four-state swing through New York on March 15 and 18, including stops in Iowa, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
She plans to be on the road promoting the campaign in her home state.
Trump and his supporters have seized on the latest health news to challenge the former secretary of State.
“Hillary Clinton is in terrible shape,” Trump said in an interview with Fox News.
“She is sick.
And she has pneumonia.
And the people of New York want to see Hillary Clinton taken care of.”