To expand a bit on what KSman said, what many people seem to forget is that when you first start on TRT, you body is presumably still making some T and so the exogenous T you add has more of a boost than it does a few weeks later when your endogenous production has shut down. In other words, after a few weeks, the loss of your endogenous T could bring your levels back down to where they were when you started, so your initial dosage amount is no longer sufficient to actually raise your T levels above where they were when you started.
Lowering your E isn’t the same thing as raising your T.
As I remember, your initial response to TRT was very good, right? Well that means that higher T was what you needed and there is no getting away from that.
You’re walking a tightrope here and you need to tread lightly. You read an article and you’re ready to triple, no… you’re ready to MORE THAN TRIPLE your dose of AI. Man, that kind of shit is exactly what got you into this mess.
There’s a concept you need to understand to your core. It’s called homeostasis. All biological systems resist change, but there is another factor called hysteresis which means the reaction to change isn’t immediate. Dumping T into your system is immediate and some of the results will be immediate, but some of the results will take longer to manifest and so you have to wait for them and then slowly dial in your response.
What you’re trying to do is create a new balance point and that takes finesse, not heavy handedness. TRT and instant gratification don’t go together. Be cool brother, this ain’t a video game.