I'm sorry this happened to you as well, but I think your post is relatively misleading....
First off: the test, masteron, and tren should not have had substantial effects on your heart in that sort of time frame, and particularly at a low dose. nor should they have affected your thyroid hormones in a meaningful way.
clen really shouldn't either, and DEFINITELY not at that dose/duration. T3, if taken at an improper dose, can certainly have extreme deleterious effects on the thyroid, and I'm of the opinion that very few people should use it. clen and albuterol are better fat loss options for people who already have a properly functioning thyroid gland. But again, dose (assuming it was legitimately low), and duration would not set your thyroid hormones 'off the charts'. Just doesn't work that way.
What CAN happen is a pre-existing heart condition being exacerbated or triggered by the introduction of exogenous thyroid hormone. That'd be my best guess as to what happened here. That, or you mis-measured your T3 and/or clen by an enormous amount when you took it. maybe moved a decimal over or something.... Sounds silly, but it definitely happens more than you might think.
I've never heard of 'use of anabolic steroids' being used as a medical condition/cause of heart failure. I'm fairly certain that's not what is shown on your medical documentation. You're welcome to prove me wrong though, I'd like to see it if it's true. Very rare if it is.
I'll just briefly address your last paragraph. The gyno's obviously steroid-related. Sucks that you didn't take preventative measures in the first place. A little adex goes a long way.
The torn labrums aren't because of steroids. They're because of lifting like an idiot, and not having the self control to train smart. I've also torn both labrums, and it was prior to ever touching steroids. It was simply from going to heavy, and with poor technique.