Can chest pain be a symptom of hypertension?

Yes. Chest pain is not usually related to the hypertension itself unless the blood pressure is very high. But complications of the hypertension, such as a dissecting aneurysm (tearing of the aorta) or a heart attack could produce chest pain.

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If the moderate pulmonary hypertension has no symptoms, than what causes my chest pain?

Many things. Why is there moderate pulmonary hypertension. That should be determined if possible. A better description of the chest pain is needed. Exact location, what brings it on, is it worse taking a deep breath, Has there been chest or rib trauma in the past, is an xray of the chest and ribs normal, has there been a history of cancer, is there tenderness in the area of the pain, is there pain lifting? Read more...

Had Hypertension emergency reaction to pseudoephedrine. Ever since, chest pain &terrible blood flow. Is this Endothelial Dysfunction? Whats treatment?

Disbalance in vessel. Blood vessels are lined by cells call endothelia. They make chemicals that both relax the vessels (vasodilator) & constrict them. Usually, the chems are kept in balance. in some individuals, the endothelium has a bias or predisposition to one or the other. The slightest thing can set it off. In your case, pseudoephedrine causes walls to overly constrict, raising blood pressure. Avoid OTC cold meds. Read more...

Along w headache, severe chest pain, 200/100 do these values make this Hypertension Emergency? UA-Albumin +2, Occult blood +1, UA-RBC 5-10? Isnt it?

Iimportant. There are number of important issues here. You need to consult your internist and possibly a kidney specialist. You will find very helpful information at www.thepmc.org "Wellness Protecting Numbers. HRS, MD, FACC. Read more...

Have chronic hypertension, fatigue and chest pain/ palpitations. Echo was normal. Now I need a bubble test. What can it see that's not on echo?

Chest pain. A bubble test looks for holes in the heart that take blood " the wrong way" through the heart. It's rare, but people can have congenital patent foramen ovale, a small hole, going un-noticed for a long time. This test follows the bubble, looking at the direction of blood through the heart. Read more...