What was your PCT and can you try that again?
You can see a doc and get labs for LH, FSH, TT, FT and E2 then see the numbers and feel the same. Then the best outcome is that you do a HPTA restart, basically the same as a proper PCT. Then you need to do the PCT, which you can do now anyways.
I recommend a PCT with sequenced hGH and SERM, with a proper taper off of the SERM, landing on an cruising on 0.5 mg anastrozole per week in EOD divided doses. Use that AI dose all the way through the PCT as well. The cruise prevents estrogen rebound that can stop a recovery.
You can find PCT details back on the steroid BB. But here, we will caution against high doses of SERM’s or hCG and against using both at the same time. Now that your HPTA is fragile, you need to avoid doing things that can desensitize your LH receptors which makes the outcome worse. We see guys here who have HPTA damage from prohormones and other internet garbage and stupid cycles like deca only. Restarts can work and are more successful with young guys. You cannot restart age related decline. Some young men will not recover and have what I term brittle HPTA’s that are vulnerable to any number of insults. And in these cases, such misadventures may be bringing events forward that were going to otherwise be spontaneous. We see a lot of spontaneous HPTA failures here in young guys. These events are rare and the google “quality” of the content here brings such guys who are searching to this forum.
Note that 5-alpha reductase inhibitors [for hair loss or BPH] can also kill off a man’s HPTA.
The brittle HPTA shutdowns really are often not recoverable.
My point of view is influenced by the fact that I have dealt with this HPTA wreckage for years. It is heart breaking for these guys and often they are married and this affects their relationship with their young brides.