I'm a 52 year old female, 5'9", 155 lbs. I have high BP for which I take Lisinopril. Went to my GP in November for intermittent right sided flank pain. Have been back several time for same flank pain, severe body aches, aching bones and joint pain that all comes and goes, sometimes severe. Also, having fatigue and excessive urination. About three weeks ago I started having 'clicking' in my joints, especially during the night (mostly shoulders, hips, spine and knees). GP says this is normal. It does not feel 'normal'. My joints feel 'disconnected'. The following are my test results(some were done more than once): CBC test done in April-all normal ranges, CMP- K (NR 3.5-5.0) Nov. 4.8, April 4.7, May 5.2; Ca (NR 8.4-10.4) Nov. 10.2, April 10.6, May 10.2; Prot (NR 6.0-8.4) Nov. 8.3, April 8.6, May 7.8; Albumin (NR 3.3-4.8) Nov. 5.1, April 5.0, May 5.0; ALT (NR 9-52) Nov. 63, April 62, May 66; all others on CMP were well within normal ranges with the exception of BUN which was high normal all three times. Hep B and C were normal. H1c- Nov. 6.0, April 6.2; PTH- Normal; Iron (NR 37-170) 61, IBC (NR 265-479) 279, Iron Sat (NR 20-50) 16, Ferritin (NR 10-204) 247; Sed Rate- normal; IGA- 145; DEXA - Osteopenic , Abdominal CT scan with contrast- "numerous small simple-appearing cysts noted throughout the liver parenchyma. One of these measures greater than a centimeter in the left hepatic lobe near the dome of the liver. This measures approximately 1.2 cm. The remaining are smaller than a centimeter. " , "two cysts in the right kidney. Both of these appear simple. They are adjacent to the renal pelvis. The more superiorly located cyst measures approximately 2 cm in greatest dimensions. The more inferiorly located cyst measures approximately 2.2 cm." Any insight you could give me would be greatly appreciated.