Your SHBG is high, no doubt about that. Your (morning?) cortisol is low --- it should be near the top of the range, not the middle. Testosterone is low, but "within normal range".
Blood was taken just after 10am
Perhaps your E2 is low because your testosterone is low (so not much T to aromatize to E2).
I think this is the case as E follows T and would make sense perhaps why E is low
You didn't give a measure for free testosterone, but it's likely low given the high SHBG and the low total testosterone.
I didnt get a free T figure, but i think from an online calculator giving my shbg and total t my free t was i think 1.6%
For the short term, I'd guess you would have a good response to nettle root, and you can likely use it for some time before E2 elevates enough to cause its effects to wane. Sorry, I can't even guess how long that would take --- you will feel it though. Then just stop taking it for a week or so and try again.
Take it for like a month or less stop and then resume?
I gather taking supps/drugs without a supplement or drug to boost total t levels will lead to the body sensing a lower in shbg and a raise in free t, and then it will reduce total t in response and put back my free t back to where it was initailly making it a bit of a waste of time, or a short term fix at best? (as you say nettle would need to be cycled to have any benefit but rather than on its own, would poss better used with an effective t booster)
Based on your low cortisol, and assuming it's a morning blood draw, you may have some adrenal insufficiency. That often goes hand in hand with thyroid problems, so you might want to get TSH, FT3, FT4, and rT3 measured to check your thyroid function. The root of your problems could be thyroid issues (high SHBG can be caused by hyperthyroidism). Could also be a lot of other things too of course (vitamin D, diet, etc.).
I would never know if i had probs with thyroid, it has been tested over the yrs and has been normal whatever that means, i have no records of this but never had anything pointed out to me
What do you mean by vitamin d and diet, i am maintaining a light bodyweight and have taken vitamin d not so long ago?
As said earlier i cannot get any more tests of any kind until may and then all the above tests will be repeated, am not on drugs or trt and do not want to be, i want to be natural and improve my hormones myself by reversing negative factors that i feel and hope are the cause/reason for my blood results