Well it looks like it is probably Costochondritis. My doctor gave me an anti-inflamatory and it seems to be working. Still going for an echo in September just for peace of mind.
Some info I found:
* Chest pain associated with costochondritis is usually preceded by exercise, minor trauma, or an upper respiratory infection.
* The pain usually will be sharp and located on your front chest wall. It may radiate to your back or abdomen and is more common on your left side.
* The most common site of pain is your fourth, fifth, and sixth ribs. This pain increases as you move your trunk or take deep breaths. Conversely, it decreases as your movement stops or on quiet breathing.