200mg T EW is truely wrong.
Getting baseline is meaningless for multiple reasons.
self inject 50mg T twice a week
0.5mg anastrozole at time of injections
250iu hCG SC EOD if you want to preserve your testes.
Low magnesium can affect BP by messing with muscle tone of arterial muscles. If you get leg cramps or can make muscles lock up or cramp by contracting them, you are magnesium deficient. This site's store has a product "ZMA" to consider if needed. Most are deficient if not supplementing. And that does not show up on lab work.
Your low body temps mean that there is a real problem. Most docs will not understand "because some people have lower temperatures".
Estrogens are toxic to the endothelium, the one cell thick lining of the arteries. E2 needs to be balanced by T in men and progesterone in women and DHEA to some extent in both sexes. If E2 is high and T is low, one is very estrogen dominant. E2 in upper 30's with high T creates problems too. If there is arterial damage happening, the artery specific inflammatory marker gets elevated and should be tested. If elevated, you need to take some specific steps re supplements and hormone health. One upon a time, inflammatory marker CRP was thought to be cardiovascular specific, which is not true, it is a generalized inflammatory marker. Chronic inflammation can damage your arteries, good example is gum disease.
It is starting to be recognized that head trauma can damage pituitary function and some advocate that all head injuries in males should include steroid hormone labs as part of follow-up. Shock waves might be damaging as well.
Your thyroid issues could easily be tied to having not used iodized salt. I have never heard of a doctor ever asking about iodine intake. The medical community has forgotten the lessons of 1922 when iodized salt was introduced which eliminated huge problems across the whole populations.
25mg DHEA if DHEA-S is < 300
EFA's: fish oil, nuts, flax seed oil/mean
Vit-D3 5000iu, take 25,000iu first five days
Take above 3 with low fiber meals that have some fats/oils
High potency B-complex multi-vit that lists iodine+200mcg selenium[sufficient]
Supplements for males should not normally contain any listed iron
Males may also need to avoid iron fortified foods [pasta, cereals, bread etc]
1000mg Vit-C twice a day or 2000 at once, may help sleep if taken at night
Melatonin 5-6mg TIME RELEASE if needed to bring on sleep
Magnesium - helps with muscle tone, nerves and sleep
Your doc asked why. This is enough:
FSH 4.6 1.6-8.0 mIU/mL NL1
LH 4.4 1.5-9.3 mIU/mL NL1
PROLACTIN 6.4 2.0-18.0 ng/mL NL1
TESTOSTERONE, TOTAL, MALES (ADULT), IA 252 250-827 ng/dL
There is a component of primary hypogonadism too.
Good luck with the docs. You need to manage your own health care, you cannot be passive as that fails.