hey mate, your story is very common and we have seen this scenario played out many times...unfortunately a lot of these docs just ignore blatant symptoms and go off into nether-nether land, until they ultimately land on "depression"...just be forewarned and do not accept that as an answer, unless you have exhausted other means (some people legitimately are depressed!)
For your situation, I would stick with this doc for a bit and see what bloodwork you can get him to order...he is both right and wrong...right in the sense that other things could be causing your fatigue, but wrong just to ignore the low T levels because they are "in range"...one thing is for sure is that they certainly aren't optimal--now the challenge is to figure out :why:
Check out the Recommended Bloodwork stickey and push for as many of those as you can...if you aren't sure why certain ones are needed, then ask and we will do the best we can to help you...the more bloodwork you can get, the more complete picture you can paint of your overall health and start to connect the dots...
For you, given the fact that you are overweight and your given symptoms, I would certainly push for the following (at a minimum):
-8 am cortisol
If you can get the following, then they are a bonus:
Most people that don't supplement are Vit D insufficient. I always recommend the following supplements regardless of one's situation:
-Vit D (around 6k iu/day)
-Fish Oil (3-4 g/day)
Vit B12 is another good supplement.
Why is facial hair such a big issue for you? Lots of men do not have grizzly adams beards and they do just fine...not trying to dictate what is important to you here, just trying to get a better understanding...