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hi im 22 an all my life ive had high blood pressure its kind of bad normal blood pressure for me is 167/110 pluse of 100+ ive had this problem since i could remember atleast since i was 8+ one day i got stressed out an almost like i was having a heart atk i went to the doctor an my blood pressure was like 220 over 134 pluse of like 164 they told me i have nothing to worrie about i mean is this normal for a person when i am doing something bad like speeding an see a cop i feel like im going to die i have pain that feel like your getting stabed go up my spine like a heart beat an i feel like im going to pass out or something but i never do
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367994 tn?1304953593
No, it is not normal to have the symptoms you express.  You should get a medical workup to rule out any serious heart problems.  Anxiety can speed up the heartbeat and that would be normal, but the rate should return to below 100 rather quickly after adjusting to the stressor.
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