Bret Michaels has been released from the Phoenix hospital where he has been treated since suffering a massive brain hemorrhage 12 days ago, his doctor said.
Doctors "are feeling pretty confident" that Michaels will not suffer another hemorrhage and will fully recover, Dr. Joseph Zabramski said.
The rock singer and reality TV star faces four to six weeks of rest before he can resume a normal schedule, the doctor said.
His road manager announced last week that Michaels might be able to resume his concert tour on May 26, but his doctor said he asked Michaels to take it easy.
"I made him promise he wouldn't make any promises," Zabramski said.
Michaels was rushed to Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix after he suffered a severe headache at his home on April 22.
"Mr. Michaels was indeed a lucky person, a very lucky person," Zabramski said, noting that 15 to 20 percent of those who suffer such ruptures don't live beyond the initial attack.