Thanks everyone. I know some folks don't like to talk about their health, but I find it therapeutic.
I do have a BP machine at home, that is why I knew my BP was high, thus me calling 911. I did not want to take any chances. The EMTs gave me something to try and lower the BP, but it did not lower, that's why I ended up in the ER.
They did 2 blood tests over 8 hours, and there was a release of troponin which is an enzyme released when the heart is affected.
I play volleyball 4 hour a week, plus I swim once a week. My arteries are ok my cholestorol is good (121). Unfortunately, my family history seems to play a big part in regard to my elevated BP.
I have to lose some more weight, and just eat smarter.