Your history is more suggestive of a pleuritic pain wherein when you inspire(breathe in) you get chest pain. There are many causes of pleuritic pain like Pneumonia
, Pleural effusion
either bacterial or tuberculosis
etc .Any history of fever
, night sweats
, weight loss
with productive or bloody sputum?
Another possibility is (musculoskeletal chest pain
, which normally subsides with analgesics like brufen
etc in 3-4 days.
Yet another possibility is an apparent pain in the chest or chest tightness
due to anxiety
I would suggest you consult a physician/pulmonologist to rule out causes in the lung or pleura(covering of the lung).
Get well soon:)