There is a sticky for finding a doc and a thread about stupid things that docs say that you should add to.
Endo's are the worse, Uro's do not understand the basics.
FT levels move, shows low, but not overall effective amounts, go by TT.
LH levels move, FSH is the better indicator for gonadotropin output.
Progesterone is low, can contribute to low cortisol.
DHEA is low, indicating low pregnenolone, likely cause of low progesterone.
Increase pregnenolone by improving weak mitochondrial function with:
- alpha lipoic acid
- fish oil and other EFAs, olive oil and less animal fat and less hydrogenated oils
- anti-oxidants, C, E, and others
- B vitamins
DHEA is not on a path to cortisol, but needed for other things. Try DHEA 50mg/day.
T4, T3 look good. We often see treatment take TSH lower, but I think that where you are is good.
Restoring T levels may improve thyroid function. With TSH still in play, you have a better chance of allowing that to happen.
You have spread your case over multiple threads and we do not have the benefit of past info and traffic to do a proper job.
We do not know how old you are or other health issues.
Do not use hCG and any SERM together! LH receptor overload.
TRT causes HPTA shutdown, reducing pregnenolone levels in the testes, making that problem worse. If you do TRT+AI, the testes will be working better and pregnenolone levels will increase instead of dropping.