Probably not enough anastrozole. Guys on TRT, 100mg T cyp per week need 1.0 mg/week in divided doses. The higher your serum T levels, the more anastrozole you need. Some are anastrozole over-responders.
Do lab work during your cycle. Target E2=22pg/ml. Check AST/ALT when on Deca.
In the T- replacement forum, read the 'advice for new guys' sticky.
Do not stack SERMs or stack SERM+hCG. You will overwhelm your LH receptors and desensitization threatens recovery. High SERM or high hCG doses can lead to very high T-->E2 inside your testes and competitive AI's do not work there. High E2 levels block T at T receptors and limit gains and other T benefits.
Many get nasty estrogenic side effects from Clomid. Nolvadex works just as well.
Clomid and Nolvadex are effective at 10mg ED or 20/25 EOD. Just exactly are you thinking?
Body building sites are full of stupid bro-science that is simply wrong. More is not better.
When you support LH activity with a SERM or hCG, you want the testes working at a level of stimulation that can be hopefully expected during recovery. If on a SERM with high LH levels and you stop the SERM, your testes see a large drop in LH and what do you expect that signal to do? HPTA can suddenly see E2 levels when SERM stopped.
You need a longer taper on SERMs to lower amounts so E2 levels can drop so E2 does not block recovery. You should be on 0.5 mg anastrozole at the end of PCT and cruise on that for a month or so.
You need to understand what you are doing and whats happening, before you reach for the syringes.