Well, your TSH might be very pretty, but your FT4 is well over-range, and your FT3 is less than mid-range. You have a conversion problem. And the answer to that is not to keep increasing the T4, because it will just convert to rT3, but to lower the levo and add some T3 to it. However, that is getting very difficult to do, due to the price of T3 and the ignorance of endos.
Another possibility it to try and find out why you have a conversion problem. But, if your endo doesn't even recognise that there is a problem, he's not going to do that. So, it's down to you, I'm afraid.
First of all, get your nutrients tested: vit D, vit B12, folate and ferritin. These are probably low and need to be optimal for your body to be able to use thyroid hormone. So, ask your doctor to test them, and then put the results on here for people to comment on. Low nutrients will also be causing symptoms, so a good thing to get them seen to.
Also, have you had your antibodies tested? Another reason for bad conversion, is have Hashi's. So, you need to know about that, too.