Thomas S. Monson, the 89-year-old president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, remained in the hospital Wednesday night, two days after being admitted.
LDS Church spokesman Eric Hawkins said Monson reported "not feeling well" Monday night and was admitted shortly thereafter. He has been receiving "treatment and fluids" since.
Hawkins declined to release specific details on the church leader's condition, or to say when the church leader was expected to return home.
The Utah-based faith just completed its 187th Annual General Conference, during which Monson — considered a "prophet, seer and revelator" in the 15.8 million-member faith — had given two brief speeches.