It’s all relative to your body but I bet that your caber dose is enough especially with the winny in there. Winny is supposed to have some anti progesterone effect so between the two you should be covered. However if you are at all concerned then vitamin B6 at 600mg per day has been shown to help lower the prolactin levels. If you read up the b6 is connected to kidney issues and some possible heart issues so only use it when prolactin is of a concern.
The 10 week’s seems long for any oral but I know you have the experience to make your own intelligent decisions. If you are concerned about the liver I have used TUDCA before and it definitely helped. I had a run of winny and I wanted to try the TUDCA but it didn’t get to me in time so I started without it. I started getting that lethargic feeling I get from orals after a couple of weeks and that’s when the TUDCA got to me. A day into using it I felt the difference my energy level shot up.
I have had a series of blood drawls and panels over the years. I forget exactly why the DR and I went through my old results but we did. She noticed the elevated liver enzymes on some of my panels, they were obviously the ones I was either on cycle or just off of. So she started asking what supplements I take and when she looked up milk thistle it actually came back on the hepatoxic list. It was way down at the bottom and I think it was listed as possibly hepatoxic but it was there. I have always used milk thistle but after that I totally switched to TUDCA. I have yet to get a panel done on TUDCA so I can’t say for sure which is better. Just something to think about.
As far as hemocrit issues I didn’t think there were any with tren or winny and your test dose is cruise or trt level. I think your ok but I am not a doctor and I am still learning stuff Everytime I do a search.