fT3 is what gets the job done, so that should be tested
rT3 blocks fT3
We sometimes see great thyroid numbers with low temperatures and then fT3 is suspected. When numbers are off, testing rT3 is speculative. If you have a lot of stress in your life, test rT3 and AM cortisol at 8AM.
You need to be fasting for cholesterol and glucose testing.
Hematocrit is rather high given your T status. You may have trouble with TRT.
You have read the advice for new guys sticky?
IR needs to be in the the context of your iodine intake history over several months or years.
Try 25mg DHEA ED, take with fatty meal. Note DHEA-->T inside your testes.
Also need to see if you can get 98.6 during mid afternoon. We often see both low, but sometimes only one or the other.
Your diet may be EFA deficient; fish oil, nuts or flax seed meal/oil.
Get much sun exposure? Vit-D3 4000iu - 6000iu?
Prolactin or E2 do not seem to be a cause of your low T and liver seems OK too.
Is that a high fat diet? What fats?
When did this start?
See other Q's in advice for new guys sticky.
Only simple fix that I can see would be a correctable thyroid issue. We sometimes see low thyroid levels pulling down T levels.