Caro - fingers crossed for tomorrow. Nothing you can do for your neuts! Although given that they've dropped low you should be very careful after subsequent chemos about seeing people who are unwell, as you really want to avoid infections when you haven't got an immune system to fight them! You also need to be really careful about looking after yourself, eating well and making sure you're not getting too tired (or overdoing the exercise!), as if you do get neutropenic sepsis you really want the rest of you to be as tip-top as possible, with the best reserves you can have in order to get through it. Thinking of you, and hoping it all goes ok, x
I run in 0mm drop shoes now. Merrell road shoes with 4mm of cushioning, and vivobarefoot trail shoes (can't remember how much cushioning!). I don't run the kind of distances some of you do, though - 9 miles max in either pair so far - and I think if I start doing longer distances on roads I would consider something with a bit more cushioning - if that exists! I also wear merrell minimalist shoes for work, and xero shoes sandals all summer, and I love them all!
Kinsey - you could look up 'pulled elbow' and see if it fits what's happening. I agree, I don't think the Gp will be able to help unless he's not actually using it at the time - otherwise there won't be anything to find!