Low fsh will hurt your sperm production and potentially the balance of test. Sparmatoogenesis recovers on average 4 months after cycle. Test can take up to 12 in one short cycled study, and 22 months in another with longer termed users. If you post cycled give it time. Your lh looks good. And your prolactin and estrogen wont negatively impact test production. Get some vitamin d, zinc, and wait it out. And your estrogen isnt low, mine sits naturally at 12. This is why time off needs to be greater than time on, but then again i am a conservative approaching kinda guy. Your test may also be reduced from the unhealthy toll aas took on your body if you had no cycle support. In other words, increased blood pressure, cortisol, body mass (decileters of blood that the testosterone circulates in), and worse organ functioning. If you truly want to be as healthy where your body promotes such levels, id get a full metabolic panel, get vitamin levels and cholesterol checked. Judging by your LH, your hpta isnt horrible. Just saying. 6 LH is plenty. Focus on your testicles and sperm production if anything. I dont know which february you are referring to, but bloodwork can be skewed on a number of products. Lastly, perhaps try d aspartic acid. While regarded as a weak otc product by many, it does not just stimulate lh, it affects camp receptors and more that will probably help with the testicles like any good libido booster. Take alongside an ai, then just wait. Time man. Just takes time. Get that fsh level up.