Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) underwent emergency surgery on Tuesday morning for the removal of an acute blood clot doctors discovered. According to the lawmaker’s campaign, she was admitted to UCHealth Medical Center of the Rockies in Colorado on Monday after experiencing severe swelling in one of her legs.

Doctors reportedly found the blood clot and diagnosed her with May-Thurner Syndrome, a rare condition that affects a vein in an affected person’s pelvis and causes blood clots in the leg due to the swelling of the pelvic artery. The next morning, she underwent surgery to remove the clot, which was successful, according to her team. Doctors also inserted a stent in the lawmaker’s leg.

Boebert is expected to make a full recovery and is not expected to face any long-term health effects due to the procedure.

Speaking about the procedure, Dr. Rebecca Bade said, “We successfully performed surgery on the Congresswoman this morning and expect her to make a full recovery. Patients with May-Thurner Syndrome who undergo the procedure to restore blood flow are able to live and work just as they have in the past after a brief recovery.”

In a statement on Tuesday, Boebert addressed her health issues, sending out appreciation to the medical team at UCHealth.

“I want to thank Dr. Rebecca Bade and the entire team at UCHealth Medical Center of the Rockies for their great care and providing helpful insight on my recent diagnosis,” she said.

“I’m looking forward to making a full recovery and getting back to Congress to continue fighting for Colorado,” she added.

Boebert’s medical issue comes as she seeks the Congressional seat in Colorado’s 4th district in a switch from the 3rd district. While she will serve out the remainder of her second term in the 3rd district, she is running for the primary election, where she is competing against 10 other Republican candidates seeking the ballot for the 4th district in the November election.