Does feeling pain increase your blood pressure?

Pain and BP. Increased blood pressure can readily be a symptom of pain, especially when it is not controlled or it is anticipatory.
Sometimes. Although if you have acute fairly new pain, it can cause your blood pressure to go up, it won't always cause this. You can be in a lot of pain and have a normal blood pressure. If your blood pressure is high and thought to be due to pain, it needs to be rechecked later to be sure it went down to normal.