Well, for starters, you need to get more labs done. Get LH, FSH, E2, Prolactin, basic thyroid labs (TSH, free T4 and free T3), basic adrenal function labs (DHEA-S and Cortisol) and CBC and Lipid panel. Read the “lab work” sticky for more info.
Basic information about yourself. Diet, exercise routine, OTC or RX drugs you take/have taken, temperatures, etc. Read the “advice for new guys” sticky for more info.
Yo do seem to have low FT but your TT seems OK to function properly. This could be due to high SHBG. Sometimes high E2 can cause SHBG to raise.
Nothing more conclusive can be said with the amount of lab work provided. You would be wise to get more (the suggested) tests done and inform yourself about their meaning, interpretation and implications before you consider treatment options. This whole TRT matter is highly complex and many variables need to be considered.
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I will read the stickys and get those blood tests done asap. someone on another forum suggested to run clomid for a month would this be a risk free option to consider with only the info we have now?