Your E2 was too high. Perhaps because clomid dose was too high and LH/FSH also suggests that. 50mg clomid EOD does seem too high. High LH might have desensitized LH receptors. With those LH levels, TT and FT seem too low - or you already had a degree of primary hypogonadism. With your ~50mg injected T per week, that could have created most of your TT and FT.
Nolvadex does not have the estrogenic side effects that some get with clomid.
Any observations about size and firmness changes to your testes?
Before TRT, what were your LH/FSH numbers?
What was your anastrozole dosing that did not work? Many over-responders do OK with 1/4mg per week in divided doses.
What were your E2 labs on anastrozole?
Have you read these stickies?
- advice for new guys <<<< good technical foundation
- thyroid basics
- protocol for injections
- finding a TRT doc
- stop clomid
- 24 hours later
- inject 28mg T cyp/eth EOD
- 48 hours later
- start 250iu hCG EOD at time of injections
- you can try 2 drops of a liquid anastrozole product, 1mg/ml
Please post labs.
Were you iodine deficient? Always used iodized salt?
Check body temperatures as per the thyroid basics sticky. This can be a guide to your thyroid Rx med dosing.
Thyroid labs of interest:
fT4 [please not T3, T4]