I don't think that anyone has any idea about what that estrogen number means.
It looks like your estrogen is 39 pg/ml. If that was a range of 0-53, that would be in normal range, but normal does not mean healthy, only that some men get lab work done who have higher number, who also may feel like crap and have syndrome-X, diabetes etc.
One would be much better off with E2 levels in the lower twenties. Levels in the upper 30's can cause mood, energy, libido, brain fog, fat and fat distribution problems.
I think that that E2 level is probably making a mess of things, lowering your testosterone, increasing SHBG, reducing free testosterone (FT) and interfering with the action of what FT you have.
It would be a good idea to test FT as well.
Are you in need of loosing some weight?