Welcome fellow irishman,
You need to remove any idea that you can fix this naturally, isn’t going to happen. You’ll never produce enough testosterone to get over the top of that SHBG level. We are all biochemically, Free T is low and SHBG is one cause, the other is not much testosterone is being produced.
You need to find a doctor that doesn’t only treat the ranges, there’s a world of difference between a doctor that treats the reference range and one who treats the ranges and symptoms. When a doctor participates in managed healthcare, he/she must follow strict insurance guidelines put in place to deny treatment, it’s what insurance companies have always done, make it different to pay out of claims.
You should probably find a doctor in anti-aging who treats the symptoms as I doubt your doctor understands how to play this TRT game anyway. Clomid will not work for those with low Free T and high SHBG, clomid will increase SHBG along with Free T by about the same ratio, Free T will still be low and SHBG even higher.
HCG will not work either.
You need to throw excess androgens at the SHBG problem, this will suppress SHBG low enough to increase Free T, however you will need supraphysiological doses (1000+) your sick care doctor will not allow do to strict insurance guidelines (<800 ng/dL).
Getting TRT private is your only course of action.
It is important to find out why testosterone is low because I went on TRT and started having problems after the first 6 months, the cause of low testosterone was staring me in the face in my original labs. I had a deficiency in iron and vitamin D which is common when withdrawing off certain prescription drugs.
Prescription drugs can increase SHBG.