Your testosterone is still within range, that is the FreeT.PCOS has reared its head again
That is thanks to somewhat elevated SHBG. Yours SHBG=67.1, dr K mentioned 51 as optimal.
Because of high TotaT, you may want to use only 7ketoDHEA.
Next time add Androstenedione to list of tests.
Estradiol =91.1 pg/ml (cd 4), it is very high, should be ~30 on 4th day, consider Arimidex, start 1mg/7days, over your cycle use two pills only, one on day #1 the next on day #7
Progesterone .5ng/mL (take on cd 16) ,,,,, .5ng/dl (cd 4)
Your progesterone is not only low but it is flat throughout the cycle. Men needs 3x more progesterone than you have.
Between the two, P/E ratio is real low ---->migraines
Likely your pregnenolone is low,
IIRC your morning cortisol, serum is low and you have higher afternoon cortisol, ie; bad circadian cycle
Between pregnenolone and 7ketoDhea supplementation, you should be able to make good improvements.
Fix preg/E2 problem first, but latter you may want to try additional pills of 7ketoDHEA.
When are you taking the 100mg PS? I seen variety of opinions on when to take it.
Your current TSH=2.77
you are not taking any sthyroid hormone supplementals.
You do not need to get involved in agonizing discussions about benefits of iodine supplementation because you are low on antibodies.
selenium first, 20-50mg iodine (per dr Brownstein)
Note, high estrogens inhibit T4--->T3 conversion.
When your cortisol gets in better shape, I see 1-2 grains of THYROID-s