The prosecutors in the murder Trial of the 34-year old woman at Samabula in 2009 today produced their 9th witness.
The court earlier heard that the accused Imshad Izrar Ali was sickly during his caution interview and complained of chest pain while in custody.
Taking the stand this morning was the doctor who examined him.
The doctor who examined Ali on the 12th of November 2009 told the court that he was fit to make a statement.
Doctor Sereana Tagici Woods confirmed that she examined the accused who was escorted to the Raiwaqa Health Centre in 2009 who was complaining of chest pain.
She also confirmed that the accused Ali signed the medical report.
The witness told the court that Ali had complained about chest pains radiating to his shoulder.
She told the court that he told her of his history of kidney stones and revealed that he is diabetic and is on medication.
The doctor told the court that from her findings Ali was alert, not in respiratory stress and was answering questions well.
She said he was not showing severe or immediate signs of stress.
In her summery she noted that he was a depressed demeanor because his mood was down, he was feeling low and speaking low.
DPP Lawyer Meli Vosawale asked the witness if this was expected from someone suffering from chest pain.
She replied a person suffering from chest pain would be constantly clutching his chest and gasping for air.
Ali is charged with the murder of his 34-year-old partner at their Howell Road home in Suva in 2009.