HDL is very low and not good, testosterone does not to that.
Dehydration can affect your labs. Be sure to drink normal amounts of water for your fasting lab work.
Mini aspirin can help blood flow by making RBCs more slippery.
Cholesterol is made in your liver. Your low HDL indicates a liver issue/problem. AST/ALT look OK, but there is still a problem. Low HDL magnifies the risks of LDL.
Dbol 40mg per day or per week!
It does not matter what you read or what people say about this. You may simply be processing and reacting to dbol differently and not in a good way. We all have a different spectrum of enzyme variations that can do this.
Your cycle plan says that you are stopping dbol after week 4, so you are going to solve this problem perhaps by default. You should check cholesterol again during your cycle later. If problem solved, you know it was the dbol, if not, suspect deca.
E2=27 is quite good. Using an AI? Dose?
Testing LH/FSH on cycle/TRT is useless. But seeing that FSH-->zero we can know that you do not have a FSH secreting testicular cancer.
You maxed out TT on your Labcorp. Quest Diagnostics reports much higher levels. Your TT>1500 is useless and should not be tested.
FT not tested
SHBG not tested. E2 is not high, so SHBG not expected high from that. However, SHBG is made in the liver to scavenge sex hormones and some liver problems/distress can push up SHBG, so we have an uncertainty.
So you can skip TT, LH and FSH
Add FT and SHBG in a situation like this, now that you know you have some dbol-liver interaction.
More to the point: How do you feel...
"I have been considering dropping the cycle all together. I have been short of breath, which I have heard can also be from the dbol. Went to the docs and had an ekg done. They said everything was fine (BP, oxygen, lungs and heart sound good). I want to continue but not if I am going to have serious health problems"
Try stopping the dbol and monitor how you feel.
I assume that you are suffering fatigue.
I am the thyroid nut... please do the following:
Evaluate your overall thyroid function by checking oral body temperatures as per the thyroid basics sticky. Thyroid hormone fT3 is what gets the job done and it regulates mitochondrial activity, the source of ATP which is the universal currency of cellular energy. This is part of the body's temperature control loop. This can get messed up if you are iodine deficient. In many countries, you need to be using iodized salt. Other countries add iodine to dairy or bread.
I assume that HDL was known good pre cycle.