President Asif Ali Zardari is in a stable condition after undergoing tests for a heart condition in Dubai and he is expected to return to Pakistan once the results of his check-up are available in two to three days, MNA Faryal Talpur said, a private TV reported on Thursday. She says Zardari is now 'stable after undergoing tests for a heart condition. Meanwhile Dr. Asim Hussain, a medical doctor who has served as Zardari's personal physician said, "His condition is stable. He has been kept in the ICU because a lot of visitors were coming to meet him. I advised him, in order to reduce visitors, that he should stay in the ICU so that he can rest." Hussain further said he expected that Zardari would return Pakistan by the weekend, in time to address a proposed joint session of both houses of Parliament. "His activities have been very hectic over the past few days and I think he is stable now. He will be (in the hospital) for two to three more days. Once the results of the tests come in, he will be discharged and he will be back home," he said.