You should start TRT in isolation without the AI and HCG, but you can add HCG later once you dial in on test only.
This way if you add the HCG and start feeling worse, then you know what to adjust/remove from your regimen. If you don’t need an AI, most men don’t, then this is another compound that can make things worse.
Also know that whenever you start TRT or change the dosage, it takes a minimum 6 weeks to reach stable hormone levels and during these first 6 weeks hormone levels will be in flux and you won’t feel consistent.
After 6 weeks things will start leveling out and you should start feeling more consistent, but feeling good will be determined if your hormone levels are at an ideal level for you.
Your dosage might be a little high for you, most can achieve testosterone levels in the high normal ranges on 100-150mg and some will see even higher levels do to varying sensitivity to androgens.
This is how I felt after introducing an AI to my regimen, light headache, tired and a dull pain behind the eyes followed by joint pain in hips and knees and excessive yawning. Some men over-respond to AI’s and can’t touch the stuff without problems.
TRT is a marathon, not a sprint. Realistically it could take 3-6 months for you to figure out your dosing, of course if you’re working with a doc that isn’t the best it could take much longer to dial in on TRT.