This may be a sebacious cyst, medicalize for an infected hair follicle that doesn't know when to quit. If so it is not dangerous and can be easily removed by a physician using local anesthetic. You might also try an hr or so of hot packs to see if you can make it burst and drain without medical assistance. I would advise you to drink a beer or two while doing this as it can be a little painful. Jill Angus
a boil or a cyst
It is most likely a large pimple.
go to the doctors
neither its herpes
no red bump behind my ear. behind my ear it just sore
its just sore or mainly infected
If this is happening to you, you might have a minor bruised neck bone. Talk to your doctor.
the bump could be caused by infection or friction from lack of bile. This is associated with cold/flu like symptoms as the cilia hair is restricted, letting bacteria into the throat and causing a rash or bump.
A sore bump on the neck can be caused by several things. It may be a pimple or a small boil that is coming to a head. If it does not go away or gets worse, it is best to see a doctor about it.
It sounds like a boil.
Yes, it is a virus called oral herpes which manifests itself as a cold sore, or "bump".
I have a sore bump on the right side of the top of my head and on the right side of my ear and it's sore when I touch it. It causes slight dull headaches. Do you know what it could be.
A sinus infection is unlikely to cause a bump on the gums. However, a bump may be caused by an abscess, a burn, or a canker sore.
A cold sore looks like a pale red bump on your face, lips, mouth.
Get it checked out by a doctor as it there are a number of causes. It is possible it is a sebaceous cyst, which is very common and easily removed.
A bump on your lip would be an ulcer. It could also be a cold sore. If you are concerned, or if it hurts badly, see a doctor.
A sore, small bump underneath the earlobe is likely just a pimple. However, if it does not go away within a week or gets worse, go to the doctor.
Go and ask a doctor
I'm no doctor but either you have a hold sore or a wart.
a painless bump
If the bump has been there continuously, it is not a cold sore. See a dermatologist for a diagnosis and for treatment options.
Could be a herpes canker sore (small white bumps, sore when pressed).
If it is near the back of your earring, you might be having an allergic reaction to the material that your eraring is made of. I have this happen to me as well. I can only wear nickel free earrings. Just take your earring out for a few days and the bump should go away.
The red bump on the bottom of your boyfriend's tongue could just be a sore that he got while trying to pierce his tongue.