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Pressure, pain in throat, small bump on gums, no pain. Causes for symptoms?

almost two weeks now i have problem on the right side of my mouth. sometimes i feel pressure or pain come from head , ear and upper jaw inside the throat on the right side pain also go at back of the neck only right side. now i am feeling strange feeling on my tonge just right side. so, i checked my mouth right gum bottom inside under the tonge its little bump hard no pain if i press please help me what it can be?
Asked On : Wed, 10 Oct 2012
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Welcome to health care magic forum.

The bump occurred at the right side of gums may be due to-periodontitis or deep caries which has progressed into abscess formation.

A thorough clinical evaluation by a dentist will help to rule out the cause of occurrence of bumps.

The pus has to be drained and curretted well.

Tooth has to be root canal treated if there is deep caries associated.

Get a thorough deep scaling done.

Hope this helps.

Answered: Wed, 28 Aug 2013
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