TRT is all about quality of life.... when done right.
Many of the symptoms of hypogonadism are common to hypothyroidism.
In some cases TRT is not the magic bullet if something else is wrong.
Too bad that you do not have fT3, fT4 prior to starting Armour.
How much of that 5% T cream are you applying, and where are you applying.
You really need serum E2 lab work, especially with transdermal T.
Training six days per week can lead to major hormone problems. Please describe your training routine.
Some meds can lead to elevated E2 which then lowers T. Wellbutrin is ok, not sure about the pain med.
Let us know your general location. Some may have some ideas about a decent doc there and some areas have limited options.
We can eval all of your lab work and will catch things that your doc ignores, post what you have.
Please PM me with a description of the cause of the pain and the meds, if not comfortable doing that here.
Note that it is sort of typical for guys who have low thyroid levels to be non responders to transdermal T. If your levels do not respond, you will need to inject.
Keep reading the posts of others too.
Reading the stickies? Please do not post there.
Keep coming back to this post, it is your case. We will need to be able to refer earlier posts later on for context. This is how we can best help you.