For example, something that does not make sense is that your pregnenolone levels are so low yet your DHEA and progesterone are normal since these are synthesized from pregnenolone.
Pregnenolone is formed from cholesterol, but simply having high cholesterol does not guarantee hormone formation. A problem with the glands that form certain hormones or problems with the enzymes needed for conversions can both cause problems with hormone synthesis.
As far as your testosterone goes this could be from high progesterone of a high aromatase expression.
Progesterone is an antagonist to testosterone. Unfortunately tests for progesterone cannot detect fat stores of progesterone.
Aromatase is the enzyme responsible for the conversion of testosterone in to estrogen. Therefore, over expression of aromatase can lead to lower testosterone levels as well.
Problem still goes back to that there are no real accurate tests for hormone levels. Symptoms can help determine what might be out of range, but it is complicated. Many of the symptoms of progesterone dominance and estrogen dominance are the same such as weight gain and water retention. To make matters more confusing progesterone marketing companies have made numerous false claims as to the side effects of low progesterone. For example, claiming that low progesterone causes a lack of libido. Actually it is high progesterone that kills the libido by antagonizing testosterone. And both high progesterone and high testosterone can cause acne since they are both androgen hormones.
Your best bet is to start with making a list of your symptoms and take in to consideration things like your age, are you in natural or surgical menopause, etc. Then do a lot of research from non-sales sites to find out what the symptoms can come from and mean. It's not going to be easy and it is time consuming, but it will tell you a lot more than the highly inaccurate saliva tests.