Hello Ladies. I'm new to this site but not new to cancer. I was diagnosed with high grade serous ovarian cancer Stage 4 in January 2018 and have been in remission since January 2019. Although chemo was difficult, I made it through with flying colours. Surgery was a breeze considering how extensive it was. I feel lucky! I have a very supportive family, especially my husband. Surgeons and oncologists have been amazing. Except for needing naps now and then, I feel fine. But then again, I never had any symptoms until I was diagnosed with Stage 4, where I had ascites, a build up of fluid between my lungs that collapsed my right lung. Having no symptoms worries me somewhat but it has recently been shut out from my mind... my daughter was diagnosed with breast and lymph node cancer Stage 3 in January 2019, so I am a full time care giver (away from my home). I find it much, much harder being a care giver than having cancer myself. There are many exhausting days when care is needed 24/7. Interesting fact: our cancers are not genetically related. We have good reason to believe that stress, sad to say, was a strong factor leading to our cancers. We are warrior women now fighting for our lives.