My wisdom tooth is coming out causing me a cheek bite. My gums are swollen as well. I'm in a lot of pain.

Pain. If wisdom tooth is not erupting into correct place, it needs treatment. No OTC is going to make this go away. Please see an Oral Surgeon.
See a dentist. If you are cheek biting there's probably little if any room for that tooth. It may need to be extracted.

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I have a red pimple like thing on the inside of cheek by molars and gums are swollen by my wisdom tooth. No pain, but weird sensation in face.

Red Pimple in cheek. I would first evaluate whether you have bitten your cheek, a very common occurrence! you truly need an xray to determine what is going on with your wisdom tooth and whether the swollen gums are related! Read more...
Sounds Like. Pericoronitis (infected tissue around a wisdom tooth) which is generally painful. I would see your dentist to be sure it is not another tooth or swelling from some other cause as we cannot see you. See your dentist. Read more...

Can you drink alcohol when all of your gums are swollen from wisdom tooth coming though. Don't have gum disease?

Depends. Depends on whether or not you are taking medication. Alcohol can alter or negate medicine's effects. Have Dentist check wisdom teeth to make sure gum is not infected and/or teeth are not impacted. Alcohol in moderation may then be acceptable. Read more...
Not recommended. Some types of gum disease can be caused or made worse by alcohol consumption and lead to inflammation or even a severe infection. If gum disease is not treated, it will lead to tooth loss and general health problem. See your dentist for evaluation and treatment. Read more...

I have a a lump on my gums it's right below my wisdom tooth that I was in pain for a couple of days ago. Now my cheek is swollen what is it?

Probably infection. Wisdom teeth commonly get an infection known as pericoronitis. You should see your dentist. Read more...
Infection. At your age it is probably an infection that is either caused by food getting trapped below the gum, or very deep decay. In either case it sound like you don't have enough room for the tooth and the best treatment would be to remove the tooth. Read more...
Infection . . . . The area is likely infected. Please see your dentist to discuss the risks and benefits of having the tooth removed. Read more...
Infection. This is either an infection from food and bacteria getting caught under the gun around your wisdom tooth, or from a cavity in your wisdom tooth. Regardless you need an evaluation from a dentist and possibly a round of antibiotics followed by timely extraction of the wisdom tooth. Please see your dentist asap as it sounds like this infection is spreading. Read more...