Solution is simply, levels are supraphysiological and may be too much testosterone for you. I don’t see any thyroid hormone testing, TSH doesn’t increase metabolism or metabolize testosterone in the liver. High estrogen can negate some effects of TRT, it can make you feel exhausted all the time.
HCG isn’t for everyone, it can increase estrogen and cause all sorts of problems. Any dosage of anastrozole will wreck me and cause fatigue, it’s a drug and drugs have side effects. Anastrozole will cancel out some of the positive effects of TRT because you’re suppressing a hormone.
TRT+HCG+anastrozole = problems in most men and more often than not feel better on TRT in isolation. As for lower DHEA, hormones are not static and do fluctuate within a 24 hour period.
As for why you felt amazing for the first month, levels hasn’t had a chance built up in your system until 6 weeks and when levels stabilized at a higher level, problems were encountered. You passed your optimal range before 6 weeks had elapsed.
You need to dial your levels down until you start feel good.