You are still quite hypothyroid.
You need to have it treated.
I am not sure what your question is?
It should be treated.
You don't have to stop oestrogen.
Dose depends on exam and assessment.
levothyroxin is the most common replacement.
TSH; T4; thyroid antibodies.
Many of your issues can be due to thyroid.
And other problems.
That is moving way beyond the scope of this question set up, which was for a simple , single answer, but we are moving into other subjects.
If you want to go into those, see my additional services offer that I just sent.