I have a bump on the back of my tooth, is it a fire, the bump is very small.I've had a bit of a cold lately, but not yesterday
In your case, the bumps behind the teeth are caused by fire, you can take oral amoxicillin clavulanate potassium, metronidazole and ibuprofen tablets with treatment, during the attention to drink more water, eat more fresh fruits and vegetables, do not eat greasy, too spicy, too sweet and other stimulating food.
The above picture shows the possibility of gingivitis, it is recommended to go to a regular tertiary hospital stomatology department in a timely manner, under the guidance of a specialist to give anti-infection symptomatic treatment, usually pay attention to oral hygiene, diet light, avoid spicy and stimulating food, eat more fresh fruits and vegetables.
This situation is also the possibility of fire, so there will be this phenomenon, if there is inflammation, cysts and other factors will also have this effect, you can carry out a light diet conditioning, drink more water, if necessary, take some oral detoxification of heat and fire medicine.The symptoms will generally ease slowly.
According to your description, it can also show that your posterior teeth and gums are edematous and congested, which may be an inflammatory reaction or may be caused by local fire.
To give you the following advice, you can currently drink more water, if you use vitamin-based food, keep the mouth clean oral antibiotics to prevent and treat infections.