Your free and total testosterone levels are both well within normal limits. FSH and LH are high, which would suggest that your pituitary is having to kick up the gonadotropins (implying gonadal failure), but it would appear there is appropriate compensation (amazingly termed compensated hypogonadism).
I'm not an endocrinologist, but my interpretation would be that you're on your way to being a candidate for TRT, but right now if you're having some of the very vague symptoms that many like to attribute to hypogonadism, it probably isn't as a result of your testosterone levels. Your HPTA appears to be intact, so if you initiated exogenous TRT your pituitary would probably just stop pumping out LH at such a high level, further shutting down your testicular production of testosterone, and you'd essentially end up with exogenously administered testosterone but at a similar physiologic value (after HPTA adjustments) which wouldn't leave you feeling any better (although, some docs will treat you to high-physiologic in which case you might notice a difference at the cost of likely running into side effects associated with increased estradiol, etc).
My educated guess is that a lot of people would deny you TRT. Having said that, I know lots of physicians these days who are happy to treat you with TRT if you're willing to pay their nursing fee for you to come in and get a shot at their clinic, an inconvenience I'd hardly call justifiable.
If you want a real answer, you'll have to see an endocrinologist. Internet warriors like to pretend they know what they're talking about and that endocrinologists are dumb, but that's sheer ignorance.