SNP MP Amy Callaghan has been discharged from hospital after suffering a brain haemorrhage in June.
The MP for East Dunbartonshire had been receiving treatment at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow.
In a message posted on Twitter on Thursday, Ms Callaghan wrote: “After four months in hospital, today I’ve been discharged. I’m coming home.
“To the miracle team at NHSGGC PDRU – now my second family – thank you. I can never, ever repay you.
“I was wheeled in here. Now I’m walking out. I’m just geting started too.”
Ms Callaghan was rushed to hospital on Wednesday, June 10, after being found at home by her partner.
She had been undergoing intensive rehabilitation following two life-saving surgeries.
The 28-year-old, who has previously fought cancer, was elected to the House of Commons in December after ousting the then Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson from her East Dunbartonshire seat.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon tweeted that it “was the best news of the day” upon hearing that Ms Callaghan had been discharged.