It sounds as if you're working through the thyroid issues, though perhaps this new combination (sorry if I don't recall if you said you switched to NDT) may have an activating a T3 component. Again, still a bit hard to say since our bodies don't remain static and it could very well not be that at all.
It's hard to distinguish thyroid vs. menopause, obviously since they are both linked.
What I can say is please have your doc check your shgb and prolactin levels, insulin and hemoglobin A1C.
My first thoughts go back to reproductive hormonal imbalance. Yes, balance is foremost; however, in my experience your estradiol seems too low. (I don't get these docs who try to maintain estrogen at low levels then years later try to treat women who have developed osteoporosis likely from insufficient estrogen (and testosterone)). Again, you do have to balance estrogen with progesterone.
Oh, and it goes without saying that I am not a doctor and am only reviewing and offering what I see based on my experience. Yours may be different. I am still working through my issues, but know I have an estrogen / progesterone imbalance with thyroiditis, and they have contributed to issues similar to yours. I have had some relief by upping my estrogen.
I have found Dr. Westin Childs' blogs and Youtube channel very enlightening as to helping to result my issues. Here is one: restartmed.com/wp-content/u...
I have also found information on a Trichologist site very useful: hairlossclinic.com.au/femal...
I'm sorry if I couldn't give you direct answers to your situation. Just some hypotheses.