Free T looks great, imo. You need to use an AI, increase your current dose of AI or lower your T dose to bring your E2 lower. High E2 will cause libido problems.
You may look into increasing your DHEA dose, or if you’re not taking any currently, looking into buying 25mg micronized DHEA capsules to increase your levels of DHEA.
Your fT3 and fT4 look OK on paper but your TSH is high. My TSH was not as high as yours but it prompted me to start to use iodized everything (salt, supplements) and a few months later to get a full thyroid antibody panel to rule out hashis and grave’s as well as reverse t3.
This may not end up being your problem after all, but in my case my TSH ended up coming down, perhaps due to increased iodine, my fT3 and fT4 looked great on paper (very similar to where yours are, my values were about 0.1 above where yours stand) but my rT3 (reverse T3) was high. My body temperatures were also low. I would be up to 97.7F at noon and then decline from there later in the day. Currently for me it’s still a work in progress but I was able to get liothyronine (t3) prescribed with the purpose of lowering my rT3. Liothyronine is bringing up my body temperatures back to normal. Again, your issue may be different but I was experiencing hypothyroidism symptoms while my fT3 and fT4 were good on paper.
If you haven’t measured your body temperatures, read the thyroid sticky. Or in short, basically I measured my body temperature first thing after wake up, at 9am, noon, 3pm, 6pm and 9pm to see what my thyroid was doing. Ideally you want your wakeup temperature to be 97.7F or above and noon temperature to be 98.6F. Someone correct me if I’m wrong.
One other thing, if your thyroid isn’t operating properly it may explain your fatigue and negative outlook.