I am NOT a doctor, and would strongly advise you to ask your doctor about this. :) They would be best equipped to answer your question.
However, to my knowledge, exercise is linked with *lower* blood pressure. That doesn't mean you can't have high blood pressure while exercising. I would look to the kitchen before the gym for potential causes. Though I exercise a lot, I'm at a high risk for high blood pressure because I regularly get too much sodium in my diet.
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