Are the "bumpy patches" a result of your anxiety and stress? Perhaps. But they may also be due to any number of things.
If you are concerned your doctor should be able to provide a diagnosis, or refer you to a specialist
What you have described does suggest some type of disorder affecting the function of the facial cranial nerve. Many of these same symptoms are seen in people with Bell's Palsy.
The facial nerve has thousands of branches an
I am unable to provide advice and that would merely me an opinion. What I can offer is a yoga perspective based on over a decade of practice, training, teaching, and workshops.
First, find a class that is suited to your lev
My advice would be to not trivialize this complication. You should see your surgeon on an urgency basis, as soon as possible to have this treated. You should stop biting your lip and causing the trauma
Sometimes the swelling of healing will cause a pressure that temporarily interferes with sensation traveling through the surgery site. Call you surgeon and ask if you should come in for a post-operative observation.