If you are having symptoms of low testosterone, then your numbers indicate that you probably have secondary hypogonadism (the LH test is highly variable though). However, good luck with finding a doctor willing to treat you. If you pursue trt, be prepared to see a handful of doctors (probably more) before you find one that will treat you.
Search for "Guideline for Male Testosterone Therapy: A Clinician’s Perspective" on google. Print it out and good luck.
As far as your high A/G ratio, were you well hydrated before the test? If not, that could be the causative factor. If I were you, I would get it retested sometime soon. If it comes back high again, then I would definitely make an appointment with a hematologist (or possibly an immunologist) and pursue it further.
Also, get your thyroid checked.