Must be LH and FSH! This must be tested before starting TRT.
Your FT and bio-T indicate that you qualify for TRT. TT does not, but in this case, looks like a large amount of your TT must be SHBG bound T [SHBG-T]; which is inert as that T cannot activate T receptors or get released from SHBG. You can read to the contrary, but such statements are completely wrong [and often repeated]. Yes, docs are mislead as well.
Hypothyroidism. Most docs will ignore because they think that the statistical "normal" means healthy. You need optimal.
Check waking body temp and check a few times during the day to see how close to 98.6 you get.
Describe your historic use of iodized salt and vitamins that contain iodine.
Any thyroid problems in your gene pool?
High dose vitamin D and EFA's such as fish oil will be helpful.
Be forceful for the need of E2, many docs are idiots about that.
Many symptoms of hypothyroidism are common to hypothyroidism. Often TRT will make a guy who has thyroid problems hit the wall as the thyroid levels will not support the metabolic demands restored by TRT. Ditto for adrenal fatigue. Note that low thyroid levels can lower T levels. And some find that fixing the thyroid problem restores T levels to some extent.
Post fasting cholesterol and glucose. Also need 'liver markers'. When doing that, important that you not have sore or bruised muscles.
There are many issues beyond T levels. We need the larger picture.
Head aches, reduced peripheral vision?
Read posts of others to see what goes on.
Feel cold easily?
Dry skin, brittle nails or hair?