Your blood is a little thin, but totally as expected for lower T levels.
WBC, lymphocytes, monocytes showing that your immune system was getting or had been active as expected from time to time.
You are perfectly normal, most guys here are unable to answer thyroid related questions without getting nagged.
Labs at your age:
CBC - done
Note: DHEA is sold along side of vitamins in USA, was that way in Canada in 1996, then Canada and other Commonwealth countries decided to classify as an anabolic steroid. In Canada, you need an Rx for DHEA. If T levels are low because low DHEA means that DHEA-->T inside the testes is rate limited, oral DHEA can help, but oral DHEA cannot ever create high T levels. Note that DHEA-->T is not spontaneous, it is enabled by LH and enzyme processes that are part of the HPTA feedback loop.
TRT in Canada and other Commonwealth countries is a problem. State run medicine seems to foster doctors who are unwilling to see the larger picture. You should be seeking health optimization, but doctors are disease management centric. In all countries, the problem is the doctors. You need to know enough to cut through the BS.
Note that injected T is the gold standard [and least cost] and in Canada you can be pushed into some flaky delivery systems.