I hope that you had lab work that checked LH/FSH before starting TRT!
Response to T depends on many thing and other health problems. FT is what gets the job done. T levels should be steady and weekly injections cause problems for most. E2/Estradiol can block some of the good effects of T and E2=22pg/ml is considered optimal when on TRT high-normal T levels. Your energy is greatly determined by thyroid levels, especially fT3. If your body temperatures are low, that is wrong. There are physical effects of hormones on your body, as well as mental effects. Your 5 days a week at the gym indicate strong determination in the face of low energy levels.
Please read these stickies:
- advice for new guys
-- pay close attention to the first paragraph!
- protocol for injections
Post all lab work with ranges.
Identify pre TRT and post TRT labs.
Good labs would be:
LH/FSH [before TRT]
and self evaluation of body temperatures see how overall thyroid function is working