Any doctor that tells you your LH/FSH levels of <0.2 AFTER being on testerone injections has absolutely no clue what he is doing and you should run far far away. TRT supresses your body's natural production of LH/FSH so of course they're going to be low (close to 0). Any doctor that can't figure that out is not worth the copay.
Saying that you inject 1 cc is meaningless since we don't know your concentration (mg/mL). How many mg of test are you injecting per week? This is a good start.
Your T value of 402 represents a valley since it is 6 days after your shot. This doesn't tell you a whole lot except that your value stays above the lowest part of the range for the duration of your treatment.
Are you injecting yourself or does doctor do it for you 1x per week? If you are self-injecting, start doing it every other day (EOD) or every 3 days (E3D). This will allow you to use less T over all, and will help with any aromatization issues. You would get your bloodwork done halfway between injections which will show you an AVERAGE of your T-levels through that timeframe (this is more beneficial than valleys, IMO).
Your E2 test is useless because who knows what your aromatization looked like after the injection adn the days after? By the time you got it tested, it could have stabilized. E2 labwork is another case for more frequent injections as it allows you to better dial in your E2 levels before dosing.
You didn't provide a range with your E2, so we don't know if you got the right test done. Need sensitive from Quest (4021x) which is a 13-54 range. Labcorps is something like 3-70 (this is also ok). Other E2 tests are for women and are useless for men's TRT context.
Read stickeys at the top of the forum and ask questions after you have done more legwork.