I have been having chest pain while I have been eating my breakfast, lunch and dinner and when I am running. I would like to know if this is a case of Asthma. After looking around, I learned — Chest pain is serious business, so you should seek medical attention ASAP. Heart disease is the number one killer today, so please consult a cardiologist. Asthma could be a cause, but this is hard to determine with the limited information you have provided here. Chronic chest pain is usually the result of coronary artery disease, or atherosclerosis. Stress testing with thallium and/or a cardiac catheterization may be necessary. Ask you doctor about these. The Mayo Clinic lists many possible causes of chest pain. Click on the second link provided below. Causes range from heartburn–stomach acid traveling to the esophagus–to pleurisy to cancer, as well as many others. Self diagnoses are not very reliable, so please check with a competent expert in this field. God bless you.
Chest pain: explanation of what a physician’s mental process is in differentiating the different causes of chest pain.