Your TT/FT levels are low, but not tanked. The levels are consistent with LH/FSH levels. E2 and prolactin do not seem to be be causes of HPTA repression. Pituitary output is lowish. Maybe from damaged [blow to the head] or a growth.
While your T levels are lowish, some do well at those levels. You may have had high levels when younger and your body is adapted to that. By lab numbers alone, many will not treat this. You need a doc who will treat your symptoms, not your lab report.
LH numbers jump around and a specific snapshot does not tell the whole story. I think that FSH has a longer half life, and if that is correct, is a better measure of what is going on.
What time of day was the lab done?
Are your fasting cholesterol numbers low?
Weight and waist suggest possible insulin resistance. Do you have fasting serum glucose results?
Weight and waist also consistent with low thyroid levels. Often TSH does not tell the whole story. Feeling tired and sometimes cold can be part of [sub clinical] hypothyroidism. Hypogonadism and hypothyroidism have many symptoms in common.
Blood pressure up? TRT can also help with that via a few mechanisms.