It would be best to also have your estrogen and progesterone levels evaluated. Based on the results you have, it appears that testosterone deficiency is certainly present, and I would expect many of your symptoms to improve with TRT. That being said, I recommend against BioT pellet implantation. Admittedly, their marketing pitch is fantastic, but in reality they fail to live up to the hype. Where they claim to be natural and bio-identical, this is rather misleading. First, when it comes to testosterone, there is no functional difference in bio-identical and synthetic forms. This is very important in estrogen and progesterone therapy, but not for testosterone. But, the real issue is patient safety. The testosterone we use starts in a lab and finishes in a lab, and is the best pharmaceutical grade, name-brand medication available. They source theirs form plant-based sterols (making it “natural”), but it must then be manipulated in a lab to create a more refined and potent powder form. This is then shipped to whichever local compounding pharmacy is chose and all pellets are made exactly the same way.
Central Anatolia, in Turkey, was a region with zinc-deficient soils and widespread zinc deficiency in humans. In 1993, a research project found that yields could be increased by 6 to 8-fold and child nutrition dramatically increased through zinc fertilization.  Zinc was added to fertilizers. While the product was initially made available at the same cost, the results were so convincing that Turkish farmers significantly increased the use of the zinc-fortified fertilizer (1 percent of zinc) within a few years, despite the repricing of the products to reflect the added value of the content. Nearly ten years after the identification of the zinc deficiency problem, the total amount of zinc-containing compound fertilizers produced and applied in Turkey reached a record level of 300,000 tonnes per annum. It is estimated that the economic benefits associated with the application of zinc fertilizers on zinc deficient soils in Turkey is around US$100 million per year. Zinc deficiency in children has been dramatically reduced.
Testosterone is a steroid hormone produced in the adrenal glands of both sexes and in the testes of males and the ovaries of females. Testosterone is largely responsible for the formation and maintenance of male sex characteristics, including both the larger bone and muscle development seen in males. The testosterone levels in humans are regulated by hormones released from the brain; in males the hypothalamus and pituitary glands in the brain increase testosterone during puberty and male characteristics develop (for example, penile enlargement, facial hair, interest in sex).