You can't get your labs done on your own there, can you get to a labcorp draw station across a state line?
Can you post lab numbers? Estradiol aka E2 is important. Get and retain copies of your lab work.
You need to educate your doc and need to be able to explain that hCG is often used to replace lost LH levels that result from TRT. Low dose hCG, 250iu EOD is an HRT replacement dose for LH in terms of the resulting testicular response. This will preserve the testes, and will create a modest increase in serum T levels. Lack of LH receptor activating leads to the problems. If loss of fertility is a concern, then you really have a good reason to get in her face or walk.
You probably need to find a new doc. Are you using insurance to pay for things or out of pocket?