Something is wrong, hard to understand weight loss when E2 is expected to be high. However, some will return to the build they had in their twenties, if they were lean then. Muscle mass should be up. However, if OP is a transdermal non responder, he may have low T levels. If a non absorber, hypothyroidism should be investigated as a possibility. First step would be taking waking body temps and recording for a few days. 97.8F is considered ideal, if close to 97F or lower, you have functional hypothyroidism. Note that fT3, fT4 can look great, but rT3 is making fT3 ineffective. All of that is a big learning curve, members here can be quite helpful, as well as prior posts. Weight loss is not characteristic of hypothyroidism.
Suggest an out-of-pocket male panel:
It now includes TSH. This is the most important thing that you can do. You need to take charge of your own health care and stop been passive.
do you get cold easily? -time line?
are you heat intolerant? -time line?
dry skin, fragile skin, brittle nails, changes to hair
do you use iodized salt?
have iodine in vitamins?
thyroid gland normal size, symmetrical, smooth with no lumps?
DHT problems do not match described symptoms.
How has your libido changed?
Read the stickies.
Do not overlook the fact that ones symptoms can from drug side effects or other conditions.