Cardiology Questions Answered by Verified Cardiologists.
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You should be sure to ask him if he has any concerns about temporary increases in your blood pressure. Normally, this happens with all of us and is normal, depending on circumstances. If infrequent and not too severe, it may not be a problem at all.
If you suspect you might have an underlying anxiety disorder that is complicating the control of your blood pressure, be sure to ask about this as well, and if a referral to a mental health professional is indicated.
Sometimes, by getting an anxiety disorder under control, blood pressure improves and antihypertensives are not needed. Blood pressures in the 130/85 neighborhood are considered "pre-hypertensive" and may be manageable in other ways. Any possible effects of your blood pressure on kidney function can be tested, measured, and managed along the way.