Staring out on TRT, HCG and AI’s are a ticket to failure, too many moving parts to analyze. TRT should be started in isolation and this will make the dialing in process easier. HCG is very individual meaning a lot of men cannot tolerate it at all, so if you’re one of those men then things aren’t going to go well.
Your prescribe anastrozole dosage is pretty high, starting doses should be .125 anastrozole when you have attempted to control estrogen by adjusting your injection frequencies, but wait a minute nothing indicating high estrogen, just a belief, in fact you are not overweight. You were more than likely prescribe what’s known as a cookie cutter protocol prescribed to everyone without concern for your biomarkers.
AI’s also cause hair loss. You want to control estrogen, inject smaller more frequent doses will go along way towards lowering estrogen, also AI’s have side effects and may in fact degrade how you feel on TRT. I hear men report they feel better since stopping their AI’s, sure some people will need them, just not at the dosage you’ve been prescribed.
I inject T daily when on TRT, I’m not a typical case, far from it needing only 7mg daily (49mg weekly). I had difficulty controlling estrogen on all other protocols. The moment I switch to a twice weekly or weekly protocol, all of a sudden I need 100mg weekly and lots of estrogen problems.
A once or twice weekly protocol, right around 100mg, I could give a better recommendation if I knew your biomarkers. I need a minimum TT, FT, SHBG and estrogen. If you don’t have all of these then this would suggest you put your trust in someone who doesn’t deserve it.