I had my aortic valve replacement for severe aortic stenosis. I am a 61-year-old female. I had my surgery at Mayo clinic in Rochester. I spent eight days in the hospital, which totally sucked. I feel the staff including the fellow let me down because he didn't read my portal to know that I also had central sensitization. At the top of my sternumI have a rather large soft tissue "" mass. Mayo is not concerned with it at this time and it has gone down since my surgery. However, it bothers me when I turn my neck or raise my arms. After the surgery I developed a sort of fibromyalgia which I never had and now I have widespread body pain. not to mention I also have a torn meniscus that is causing me great pain. I have hopes to get that fixed sometime later this summer. I also hit my head in March 2020, and Mayo assumes I had a concussion. I had migraines all my life, ocular, but only one or two a year. Now after the surgery I am getting vestibular migraines wheelchair prevented me from driving and sometimes depending how severe the dizziness is affects my daily life. I just want to feel like myself again and I'm really struggling because now I'm having flashbacks from the surgery and sometimes I don't see a light at the end of my tunnel. I am grateful though, that there was a surgery for my condition which is giving me a second chance for life. It feels to me that everything came gangbusters and severe after the surgery. Does this get better? Thank you all for reading.