In order to know this you'd have to be someone like you who constantly checks their blood pressure. I've suffered from a bad anxiety disorder for a good portion of my life but I guess I'm just not the kind of person who links it to blood pressure. An odd thing about BP is that perhaps the majority of people who get their blood pressure checked by a doctor test high. I have no idea why such an easy test to take causes so much stress but it does. If you're getting regular physicals and a problem isn't being noted by your doctor, you probably don't have a problem, because doctors are trained to overtreat this problem, and it's going to get a lot worse now that the official guidelines have lowered the numbers that indicate a problem that needs treatment. Nobody on here can tell you if you have a blood pressure problem that needs treatment -- you've seen doctors and so far nobody's told you to go on a medication for it, but you mention going to the ER but don't mention if you get yearly physicals. I had my BP checked once during an anxiety attack at a job where a nurse worked and it tested my usual relatively low BP, but I was a lot more athletic then than I can be now that I'm old and injured. But something you don't mention is what you have been told you have, which is a chronic anxiety problem. If you do have that, are you being treated for that? Are you in therapy for it? Do you engage in regular exercise, eat well, meditate and practice other relaxation techniques, etc.? Because nobody here is a doctor and therefore can't tell you if you have a BP problem of the kind that needs treatment, but we can see you have an anxiety problem that needs treatment.
Yes, My blood pressure is very high at the time of anxiety or stress or depression.