I was 18 and went to donate blood and was refused because my pressure was 190/120. I had always had a systolic around 130-136 and a normal diastolic.
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A thickened left ventricle makes me think of an electrophysiologist because my mind goes to ventricular arrhythmia, not that you have it. I was taking BP pills to keep the systolic under 140. As soon as I developed AF (atrial fibrillation) my systolic increased. After my third ablation, my systolic reached 210. So, as a lay person, I think there is some connection between electrical signals and a rise in blood pressure when in normal sinus rhythm. When in AF, my blood pressure decreased. Granted there are those who go from atrial fibrillation to sinus rhythm with a decrease in blood pressure --the opposite.
I don't think the medical field is studying the connection between arrhythmia and blood pressure other than to say blood pressure contributes to arrhythmia. Having said that you might want to consult a "good" electrophysiologist about your thickened left ventricle. If the ventricles cannot pump properly, then cardiac arrest can result.
I am not a medic, but I am most concerned about you because you mentioned the ventricles.