OK, your doc is not a trt doc. Same as mine, I use my urologist, and he gets pissed off when I ask him questions...Too Bad for him, I ask anyway.
You need to be in charge of your own program. Inside the agel box is the complete study and clinical trials on the stuff. They clearly recommend 2 weeks usage, and then blood work and adjustment up or down. Three months is way to long and BTW androgel has no ester and works right away in raising your serum test levels, so there is no need to wait 3 months.
I, like you and 100's of others have had the same experience..feel good a few days, then worse, then they up your dosage and send you on your way. You need to be using an AI with this stuff, lots of guys say you don't but you do. Even on 2 pmps a day I got sensitive itchy nips and my doc didn't even return my calls, let alone prescribe me adex. Do yourself a favor, find a real trt specialist, and in the meantime ask your doc for bloodwork that tests E2 Estradiol. If he refuses, pay out of pocket and get the tests yourself.
You can get liquid adex on the net cheap just google the term adex research chemicals and you will find a
ton of sellers.