U.S. President George W. Bush underwent his annual medical exam on Tuesday, saying that his health was "fine."
"I'm doing fine. My health is fine," he said after the physical exam at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, on the outskirts of the capital.
The president said he "probably ate too many birthday cakes," hinting that he might have gained weight.
Bush, who turned 60 on July 6, has maintained a schedule of regular physical exercises, including biking.
At the White House, spokesman Tony Snow said doctors had found Bush to be fit for duty and expected him to remain "so for the duration of his presidency."
The White House was to release a detailed report of Bush's medical exam later on Tuesday.