Please read these stickies:
- advice for new guys
- protocol for injections
- finding a new TRT doc
- things that damage your hormones
You may be over training.
You must be carrying a lot of muscle mass.
You simply need to follow the protocol suggested here and get E2 levels managed. E2 can also be high from reduced liver clearance and over-training might be elevating liver AST/ALT. Over training might also increase rT3, creating low thyroid function that often is seen with or causing secondary hypogonadism.
You can check over-all thyroid function by checking your oral body temperature when you first wake up AND in mid-afternoon.
Iodine and selenium are important. Have you been using iodized salt for years? — else can be deficient. Thyroid controls fT3, fT3 regulates mitochondria which regulates body temperature and produces ATP the universal currency of energy in your cells.
I don’t expect that you will be able to connect the dots. I can do better if you post all lab work with ranges.