Sure it looks good on paper, but what about the symptoms, men waste too much time trying to make the numbers look good and ignore the symptoms. This isn’t how I roll, I base my dosage off how I feel, if I increase my dosage and feel good, then increase my dosage again and feel unwell, then I decrease the dosage back to the previous dosage and run labs because I want to see what feeling good looks like on paper. I don’t waste time and money running labs when feeling bad.
You said previously you suffered from insomnia prior to commencing TRT, this tells me it may be unrelated to TRT. Sleep is not your only symptom, you have heart palpitations and chest tightness which could be too much T and E2.
I can tell you when my estrogen is high during the transition phase on new protocols I get chest tightness if my protocol is overly aggressive, so I back down and the symptoms resolve pretty quickly. I think your over the mark of where you need to be to have symptoms resolved and may be causing more issues by having estrogen so high.
I think the only way to bring estrogen down without dropping Total T too much is an EOD protocol, maybe even a daily protocol.
When I was injecting twice weekly, my estrogen was in the 70’s as well, it dropped to the 40s on an EOD protocol and dropped further on a daily protocol. The daily protocol was the best, I feel amazing because estrogen was lower and I wasn’t in excess.
My heart rate and blood pressure never better!