I recently had a cold and a sore throat. I looked at the back of my mouth I saw small clusters of little white bumps. Am I having a herpes outbreak?

Sore throat. You should have an evaluation by a physician who may elect to perform a throat culture. It may even be a viral culture if the appearance is consistent by their judgement.
Check with your doc. Your symptoms and findings sound more like strep throat but why not be certain and get a quick test at your local doctor's office.

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