Does seem like a liver problem not clearing E2.
TSH around 1.0 is good.
T3, T4, fT3, fT4 should be mid-range or a bit higher.
In the T replacement formum, 1st topic, second link, please follow these links:
- advice for new guys
- things that damage your hormones
- thyroid basics explained <-- check your oral body temperatures as suggested.
- you may find others there of interest
If you want to follow up, start your thread in the T replacement forum.
Have you always used iodized salt?
It is fT3 that does the heavy lifting. T4 is mostly a reservoir for T4-->T3
Active thyroid hormones are free, not bound. So T4 may not be what it appears to be.