Read through all the stickies, then read them again. LOTS of info there and it will take some time to digest. At 23, you have something else going on. Low testosterone is a symptom of a problem, not the problem itself. Kind of like "chronic fatigue syndrome". Doctors diagnose fatigue as fatigue, which is A SYMPTOM.
What are the reference ranges for your lab data?
To answer your question, 2 pumps is a very conservative dose. It might get you into the high-300's. You may experience some relief from this dosage, but it will take a few weeks before you notice much.
You need a lot more testing done to find the underlying problems. Read the blood testing sticky at the top of the page. There are several things that need to be tested. We see a lot of thyroid issues here. You'll need to specifically request a lot of these labs because you doctor probably won't do them unless specifically requested.