Your FT is not FT but is FT% of TT. So while your %FT is high, it is a % of TT which is very low. Your TF absolute probably sucks too.
What the heck is “fax blurry” - malfunctioning office equipment?
You have the classic symptoms of low testosterone and you need T+AI+hCG.
You have testicular insufficiency. Your T is low and your pituitary is putting out higher amounts of LH to compensate. Some will have LH go over the range. Typically one looks for pituitary problems when LH is low. I am not totally familiar with LH levels and diagnosis, just a warning.
You should have been on TRT earlier. TRT does not interfere with the ability to scope your head.
You also need to be tested for serum E2. It can be high if you are fat or low if you are lean. But it does not take much to dominate the effects of what FT you have. My expectations are that the use of an aromatase drug is universally needed when on TRT.
If your thyroid levels are low, you are definitely not a candidate for transdermal gels, patches or creams.
Not testing E2 and not testing FT absolute makes me wonder about your doctor(s).
If you have any prostate/urine flow problems, that can be caused by elevated E2 levels - relative the FT levels. The eky word is estrogen dominance or unopposed estrogen.
Prolactin is high. The MRI will show or rule out a pituitary tumor as a cause. If you had an orgasm near term before your lab work, higher prolactin readings would be expected - and misleading. Ditto for PSA. Never do blood draws for PSA after a doctor gives you the finger [DRE].
You need a PSA test before TRT to rule out obvious prostate cancer - along with the DRE.
Avoid drugs to reduce hair loss or prostate size if you can.
Self inject 100mg test cypionate or ethane per week. Many doctors are puppies of the transdermal drug sales reps.
1mg/wk Arimidex as a start, until E2 labs provide a basis for change. You want E2 in the lower 20’s in a scale of [0-53pg/ml]. Most docs will not understand this.
To keep your testes from waisting away, inject 250iu hCG SC EOD. Most docs will not understand this.
If you can get compounded 5% testosterone cream, apply to you member ED. Tell your doc that you want to apply to your scrotum. This will improve sensitivity where some feel otherwise numb. This will also improve DHT levels… an important hormone. It is ok for women to run T on there clits for HRT, but for some reason, it is not seen the same way for men. Apply .25ml ED.