Impaired fT4-->fT3 conversion can be from low iron status and depressed ferritin. But your fT4 is well below midrange and iodine issues are important. You have not responded to iodine issues. I have no idea where you got the idea that T4 was high, not listed in your labs.
CBC not listed. Are you anemic?
Serum iron can be misleading as it shifts a lot with recent meals.
Hemoglobin and ferritin are useful labs as well as RBC, hematocrit and total proteins etc. High iron saturation implies that you are not experiencing a GI blood loss with your digesting issues.
Note GI symptoms here: http://www.webmd.com/depression/guide/serotonin-syndrome-causes-symptoms-treatments
Are you taking any anti-depressant medications?
Anti fungal meds can affect LH/FSH and thus lower T levels.
ALT can be elevated by muscle soreness.
You need TRT to stimulate your appetite and combat muscle wasting.
Transient mild-to-moderate elevations in serum aminotransferase levels occur in up to 5% of patients treated with fluconazole, but these abnormalities are usually asymptomatic and resolve even with continuation of the medication. ALT elevations above 8 times the upper limit of normal are reported to occur in 1% of patients taking fluconazole and to represent the most common adverse event leading to early discontinuation of treatment. Clinically apparent hepatotoxicity due to fluconazole is rare, but well described. The liver injury is typically hepatocellular, arises within the first few weeks of therapy and can be accompanied by signs of hypersensitivity such as fever, rash and eosinophilia. Fatal instances of fluconazole induced liver injury have been reported (Case 1), but most cases are self-limited, although recovery may be delayed for several weeks after stopping fluconazole and may be slow requiring 2 to 3 months.
fluconazole can create drug interactions by reducing enzyme metabolism of some drugs and can interfere with body functions that depend on certain enzyme pathways.
You have secondary hypogonadism. Prolactin is not the cause. We do see a connection with thyroid status, but that may be cause and effect.