Yes similar situation here, I got ptsd, depression. I'm in Canada and saw Dr Komer who gave test he said, years on the front lines (first responder) and possibly concussions from full contact in the 90s are the cause of my low test (lowish) but I thought about it and decided not to take, the dose was a bit high in my uneducated opinion. Later on decided to try onmen and they gave me a lower prescription (80 a week instead of 165 from the other dr) but then again I got cold feet.I think you won't know unless you try. That being said, if you don't need it you may not want it. I didn't need it, but hoped it would help a little with my depression, make me feel better in general, improve my sex life (I had just been through a divorce and was dating, at 50 yo).
Looking back I wish I'd not started it, but many people have great experiences. It seems crazy to me now, but I couldn't accept that it wasn't the solution I was looking for, so I kept at it. All kinds of different protocols, TONS of money spent. It took me four years to figure out the orgasm thing and I still kept at it.
I think if you try it, evaluate how things are going at 3 or 6 months. If it's not working out for you, maybe accept that it is not a solution for you and stop. It's mush easier to get off of it if you are on it short term. If it isn't working don't do what I did and keep chasing your tail for 5 years.
I'm still thinking about it but after reading about a few people on test with erection issues, hematocrit issues, libido issues, BP issues, prostate and heart issues (I know it hasn't been proven and that correlation does not mean causation...or something like that) I am also aware that most people posting are having issues because if everything is great why would you spend time on a forum? I'm not going to lie the reason I keep thinking about it os because some people did a 180 in their lives. Fyi I'm not looking into getting in shape or jacked I'm already in really good shape even some people think I'm on something. I just wonder if it's the missing piece to mental wellness.