Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor was tended to by paramedics at her District of Columbia home for "symptoms of low blood sugar" Friday morning, a Supreme Court spokeswoman said Friday.

“Justice Sotomayor experienced symptoms of low blood sugar at her home this morning,” Kathy Arberg, a spokeswoman for the court, told the Washington Examiner. “She was treated by D.C. Emergency Medical Services and is doing fine.”

Arberg said Sotomayor, 63, came to work and “resumed her usual schedule.” The justices met Friday in their weekly closed-door conference.

She will continue with her planned activities Saturday and Sunday, Arberg said.

Sotomayor was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes as a child. She told Diabetes Forecast magazine in a 2013 interview she carries with her glucose tablets and a blood glucose meter, and is “super vigilant” when in court.