You have no idea what you are talking about from a health optimiziation standpoint--are you a doctor? Because you sure sound like a standard endo who only keeps patients from dying in his office.
Do you think if you take 100 people, 95 of those people are going to be at optimal health? I'd love to see the area where you find that sort of population--sign me up to move there.
If he is feeling side effects form too high of estrogen, then his estrogen is too high!!!! The fact that is is OVER the normal range should be worrisome. Unfortunately for OP, I think getting Adex in Australia is akin to pulling teeth from a slumbering grizzly bear. If someone has evidence to the contrary, I haven't seen it on this board.
Cholesterol being too low can also cause issues--but of course you don't realize that because you have been brainwashed by Big Pharma pushing their lipid lowering statins onto the market. Did you know that these drug makers successfully petitioned all major labs to set their cholesterol set point to a standardized number? That means that for cholesterol, the ranges do not indicate a normal population distribution--it hsa been set by drug companies who use studies they have funded that shows that should be the limit. In the US, I rarely even see a "TOO LOW" range for lipids--that should show you how great their influence is.
Cholesterol is required to produce hormones--if its too low, it doesnt take a genius to realize that hormones might have trouble being produced.
That being said, it looks like DHEA is good and cortisol appears good too. To me, this indicates that he is incredibly efficient at converting hormones from raw cholesterol. But the low CHOL values also indicate that his body is fighting his current "good" hormone levels (whether it be test, cortisol, thyroid, etc.). The dumping of T to E2 is further proof of this.
Something is out of whack. I would look at liver clearance issues with the E2, as well as thyroid.
OP: Did you get a thyroid panel done? And most importantly: WHAT ARE YOUR SYMPTOMS? Why did you go to the doctor in the first place? If your erections are fine, you are able to concentrate, you see results in the gym, and you aren't feeling ill, then there's nothing to see here. Monitor your hormones yearly if possible, but don't try to fix something that ain't broke.