How soon can you post waking and mid-afternoon temperatures.
There can be problems if you have not been using iodized salt.
What are your energy levels like? When you workout, is it natural energy or you have to call up adrenalin?
What are your stress levels like? Major stress takes away your energy?
Your fat levels can be from low T or low T and low thyroid function.
Your HDL is too low:
- B-complex multi-vits with trace elements and iodine+selenium, without listed iron.
- EFA's:Fish oil, flax seed oil/meal, nuts
- Vit-D3 5000iu
- - do not take above two items with high fiber foods
- Vitamin C, 1000 - 2000 mg per day
Total serum protein is a bit low, probably from low T.
E2=27 with your low T levels makes you quite estrogen dominant.
Not obvious what is going wrong. Do not have prolactin labs to rule that in or out. Do not have body temps to eval thyroid function. TSH=160 does leave some room for thyroid issues and thyroid issues are frequently seen here with secondary hypogonadism.
AST/ALT may have some mild elevation from training effects on muscles.
You would really do a lot better on TRT, if you can get a doc to do T+AI+hCG.
But at age 30, you probably should look deeper for a cause. No testicular ache can rule out severe some vascular problems with testes. Prolactin is unknown. Any reduction of width of peripheral vision, should be ! 180 degrees.
Your training opens the door for adrenal fatigue induced by over training and low T and low thyroid function would simply pour gasoline on that fire.
It is time for a discussion of your fertility, how many kids you have now and need to preserver fertility while on TRT.