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Hello and thank you for your question.
Symptoms you have described mainly tongue and lip where you feel like burnt or irritated can be related to the suregry if they approached through trans sphenoidal surgery. This may cause burning or burning pain that you are experiencing. You can take medications like gabapentin or pregabalin to ease the symptoms. If during the surgery these nerve were irritated than it may be permanent.
As far as walking goes it is not likely related to the surgery. Did you have MRI recently? if so have they found anything in the cerebellum?
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The walking is totally a result of the surgery ... 11 hours, I was in a coma for several days ans remained in ICU for 2.5 weeks. I could notnot even stand or walk at all for several weeks.
It is not likely but it can be related to a stroke you may had after the surgery affecting the walking.