We have discussed this before and do you really expect me to do an analysis of what we have discussed before? You should not be creating so many topics/threads for your case.
Have you tested these on clomid?
If E2 is elevated and causing your problems, you need to reduce T-->E2 production with anastrozole. Do not use letrozole, it can be too harsh and dose-response can be unpredictable.
Stacking SERMs can make E2 worse. Sometimes we see a SERM not protecting breast tissues in guys. Trying Nolvadex/tamoxifen instead of clomid might produce different results.