I dont know if this will help you but I had the same problem during my twin pregnancy. It was a hiatal hernia- a loop of my stomach had been pushed up into my chest. After eating I had severe chest pain. It was actually found when they suspected I had a pulmonary embolism on a scan(This was also causing me shortness of breath). What they did was told me to eat much slower, much smaller meals spread out over the day. Also, they gave me relgan to help keep my stomach empty. Immediately (and I'm talking two days after) giving birth, I never had the problem again.
Google hiatal hernia and see what you think for yourself. Then go see a doc with your findings to investigate if this is what you are experiencing or not.
Best of luck!
Thank you! I looked up the info on a few sites and it sounds pretty well 100% exactly what I have. I have pretty much all the symptoms (acid reflux, pain (that feels like heartburn), and sometimes regurgitation but not often)
I also have quite a few of the causes - Obese, somtimes coughing, frequent heavy lifting, and sometimes stress.
It doesn't sound to be very serious except for the discomforts, so i dont know if I will bother with a doctor right away or not. I'll just try eating slower to see if it will go away.