Morning lovely ladies. I posted not too long about my mum. She was diagnosed with stage 3c ovarian cancer back in 2014. She had 3 chemo sections to shrink the tumor and then a debulking surgery. The consultant got all the cancer and the biopsy that followed was confirmed as dead cells. She remained diseased free for a year but she started having bowel issues and the Go referred her to Gastro doctor when he did a CT Colonoscopy and found disease in the liver and lungs. He referred her back to her oncology team who suggested more chemo. Meanwhile her ca125 remains up to now at 3. The oncologist was baffled because she said my mum's pattern of spread is unusual for ovarian cancer. She mentioned testing her tumour for mutation but said it will cost £700 so she didn't do it. The stared her on chemo. Mid cycle chemo, she had a ct scan which suggested shrinkage of all tumour. They suggested she continues and finish the remaining 3 sections. After the last section, she complained of headaches and we thought it was side effects. She went to see her oncologist and at the waiting room started vomiting. She was admitted and scan done which showed a spot on the brain. I have read and read and every article suggest ovarian cancer never spreads to the brain. I am just wondering if they got the site of the primary cancer wrong in the first place. Could it have started from somewhere else and spread to the ovaries? The doctors are as confused as us. Thank you all for taking the time to read my lengthy message.