Adex is best taken EOD.
1.0mg adex per week is typically a decent starting dose which can be adjusted by serum E2 lab results.
With 140mg T cyp, as a competitive drug, one would expect that 1.4mg of adex would be a good first start. Clearly your dose of adex, as a normal responder, was too low.
Based on your E2=35 and a target serum E2=22, we can take advantage the linearity of competitive drug response:
New dose = old dose X 35/22 = 1.0 * 1.6 = 1.6mg/week
Your finding an adex dose of 1.5mg/week should have had a good result.
Taking .5mg EOD for three days in a row might be a factor. But did look sound stacked to your weekly 140mg T cyp injection.
You need to inject T twice a week or even EOD. With T levels all over the map, serum adex levels will sometimes be to low and often too high. More frequent injections will lower T spikes which spike E2 levels which increase SHBG and lower FT.
The problems from injecting T cyp [only] once a week are probably greatly compounded by injecting 140mg.
I suggest injecting T cyp 40mg EOD. That will be .2ml EOD for a 200mg/ml product. You can inject that with a .5" .5ml[50iu] #29 insulin syringe, perhaps the same size that you use for your injectable B12. You can inject into the vastus lateralis or SC. SC works well for many, but not all.
You can then inject T and dose adex on the same EOD. Ditto for hCG if you add that.
You might have felt bad with 1.5mg/wk of adex as the adex levels accumulated and the T levels dropped and E2 levels went too low for your brain.
When you were young and felt great, your body did not release a weeks work of T in one big pulse. The time release feature of T esters in oil is not good enough to support weekly injections! Many feel like crap with weekly injections. Many EOD injections in various overlapping release curves will make you feel a lot better and allow for steady T levels that will allow for matched adex levels.