About the BP, it is a known fact that it is higher at the docs office. Something about the stress, of not being heard, seen etc.
What if the docs actually looked at you, not the paperwork, lol.
I wouldnt bother that much about the TSH.
A natural BP remedy is garlic, it stinks but it works.
Fill up with magnesium;
"Magnesium is a critical player in maintaining normal blood pressure levels, as well as muscle and nerve function, blood Sugar regulation, bone health, and immune system maintenance.
How Magnesium Regulates Blood Pressure
Magnesium is used in the production of prostaglandin E1, which is a powerful vasodilator. Typically, blood pressure rises as blood vessels harden and narrow, which causes the heart to exert increased force to circulate blood to body tissues. A vasodilator causes your blood vessels to relax and widen, allowing for easier blood flow and results in a lower blood pressure.
Magnesium also regulates the level of sodium, potassium, and calcium within cells. Sodium and potassium work together to maintain normal blood pressure levels and must be properly balanced. Too much sodium with too little potassium leads to high blood pressure, while the opposite - too little sodium with too much potassium - can result in low blood pressure. As far as calcium, individuals with adequate calcium levels tend to have lower blood pressures." http://www.healthcentral.com/high-blood-pressure/c/63485/48705/blood