T every other week goes way high and crashes very low. You can get any lab result you want by timing your labs to your injections. Start self injecting twice a week and for God's sake get your serum estradiol [E2] tested. Once you get injection frequencies that are not insane, do labs exactly 1/2 way between injections. There is absolutely zero reason to constrain labs to early AM when you are HPTA shutdown with TRT.
You need to get E2=22 or near that. The way that you are injecting now, with T levels all over the map, it is impossible to dose adex which has to match T levels.
If E is worse, your liver may be less effective at removing it from your blood stream. This can be from age, pathology or drugs that reduce what the P450 liver enzyme pathways can manage. That can be from Rx or OTC meds, supplements, foods or alcohol. As long as things are not going right, get blood work done for liver enzymes, cholesterol and PSA.
If your E2 was near what I suggested, then one would look for a prolactin problem. But E problems are expected with what you have been doing. If E2 is elevated and you get it near E2=22pg/ml, you may find that life is vastly more interesting.
T injections every other week is malpractice. Amy doctor who disagrees does not understand the depths of his/her ignorance.
Spend more time on the over 35 forum, not here in gear alley.
Go to amazon.com and get "the testosterone syndrome" by Eugene Shippen to understand basics of TRT. Not a reference for proper TRT injection use, which he did not understand, or the proper used of Arimidex, which he still does not understand at all, but a best all-round book nonetheless.