Your focus is skewed. Focus on free t. Your levels are so low on the free t . Estrogen might not be an issue.
Get into the free t 20s and adjust dose accordingly. Change frequency if you have real e2 sides and backed up by labs. I’m around 40-50 and fine.
I take supplements to help optimize liver function. This helps with estrogen. You should add supplements to support a healthy trt.
I take vitamin d, b6, boron, magnesium, Preg, dhea. I take zinc every couple days.
If your only taking T and expecting a miracle your mistaken. Fitness, diet, optimize all body functions or at least make sure they are performing well. All of this helps your body manage estrogen and labido also improves. I hope I’m making sense . We just want to help.
I would add less stress and anxiety also helps a ton. So meditate or find a hobby to distract you through the next couple months. Pick up reading. Ping pong. Anything but idle thoughts.
It took me 3 months to start feeling better. Only when I optimized my thyroid and other hormones did it all come together. I thought I had estrogen problems week 3 and had sides. Overtime they dissipated as my body got used to the hormonal influx and levels balanced out. Now it’s all coming together. I feel fantastic.
You might not need thyroid, but you had better check. Without a strong thyroid TRT is a waste of time. Only labido will get better. I took a thyroid pill and 1 hour later I felt my fatigue and tiredness dissipate. Literally 1 hour later. Ever since then I’ve been improving. Small things can make a big difference.
Listen to @systemlord his guidance is sound. If I had listened to him fully 3-4 months ago (get thyroid optimized - my tsh was high) I probably would of found relief within 2 months not 3/4.
I consulted my new doc a month + ago and first thing he said was thyroids going to help me allot. This entire process will take 3-4 months. Sit back and let it work. System told me this day 1 months before.
Marathon not a sprint.