Get some research chem liquid arimidex/anastrozole. Use 2mg/wk, best taken every other day because of 1/2 life. Front load with 1.5mg on the first day. Get E2 tested after one month. You can do your own tests via LEF.org which uses LABCORP.
You will pay for that out of pocket. With the results from the blood work, you can adjust the amount of anastrozole. Lower 20s or (17-20) on that test is ideal from a libido point of view.
You will probably need more than one E2 test to get dosing right and determine that you are at a steady end point and not still in transition. If you loose significant amounts of body fat, the effectiveness of any given dose would be expected to increase.
When you lower E2, LH and T will increase, SHBG will decrease, FT will increase, reduced competitive action of E at T receptors will increase the effectiveness of the T. Your T levels will increase.
When you lower E, you may notice as a first result, increases in nocturnal and morning wood as well as libido and increased sensitivity. Degree of such changes depends on how much E was creating such negative effects.
Other adjustments such as energy, mood, clarity of thought etc can sometimes take 2-3 months to complete. Again, all relative to amount and duration of negative E effects.
Avoid any and all items containing lavender oil or tea tree oil as these have been shown to have strong estrogenic effects in some males and should be considered a hazard to all. These items might also skew the results of total estrogen lab work as well.