Please don't panic. Your results are showing some things that can be sorted out.
Although you haven't given reference ranges (please add them if you have them - it makes it easier to translate ) I can see that your vitamin D is likely too low, as is your B12. Hopefully your doctor will prescribe D3 tablets to rectify this. Vitamin D is important for keeping inflammation under control. This could also explain why you are not doing well on levothyroxine. Some people find that their antibodies reduce once their vitamin D levels are better. Hopefully that will happen with you too as your antibodies are quite high. Vitamin D deficiency also carries symptoms very similar to those of hypothyroidism and can make you feel very unwell. Once the deficiency is sorted out you should hopefully see some improvement in your symptoms.
Your B12 is near the bottom of the ranges that I am used to (of course your range might be different). You might find you benefit from taking a vitamin B12 supplement. This should be taken with the other B vitamins, especially folic acid, for your body to use it properly. Low B12, even if it is within the reference range, can leave you feeling very poorly.
Your iron is looking pretty good. Again, I am translating without reference ranges so I could be wrong.
If you are taking T3 under the care of a doctor, you should be fine. I take T3 only (can't tolerate any T4 in any form at the moment) and I am quite well with this. I do hope to add some T4 eventually, once all other issues are sorted out. Hopefully the Erfa or T4/T3 combination will help you. It will take time but things can get very much better.