Well, I try to do this from a perspective of what I would do. Consultancy would put me in a position of being an unqualified person giving medical advice, and would make me liable. I understand the probability of this happening is low, but still not something I can do.
I can give you what I would do, but not what you should do, if you tag me during your cycle. I can also give you general theory as I have been doing, and the logic of why I would do something. I am not the most knowledgeable on this board FYI. I’ll tag a few others to help you @unreal24278, @iron_yuppie, @readalot, @blshaw, @lordgains. These guys understand pharma well.
That being said, I would encourage you to spend a while reading on here and other places on how this stuff should be done. You will read some wrong stuff too. That is why it is important to read a lot (to understand what is sound and what is BS). Read a lot, you are after all injecting your body with hormones. Many people suffer bad side effects just because they are uneducated, many suffer bad side effects doing things correctly. If you choose to use AAS, do the best you can to only accept the latter of the two risks.
LH is luteinizing hormone. Males and females make this hormone. In the male body, one of its purposes is to signal the balls to make testosterone and to a smaller extent sperm.
FSH is follicle stimulating hormone. Again present in both males and females. In men, it stimulates hair follicles, and also signals the balls to make sperm, and to a lesser extent testosterone (at least IIRC it is a signal for testosterone).
When you take steroids, these two hormones should drop to very near zero (if you have a tumor on your pituitary they might not). What happens is your pituitary senses too much testosterone (steroids will be effectively seen as testosterone), and therefore doesn’t want to signal your body to make more.