You are hypothyroid, likely by your tests, although it would be useful to see a free t3 test to make sure. Your FT4 is too low within the range, and your T3 uptake (although really an anachronistic number) is pretty low.
Your DHEA Sulfate is low. This would likely indicate an impending adrenal problem, since this is perhaps the major substance produced by the adrenals (cortisol being #2). It would be useful given your cortisol value compared to your DHEA value that additional testing be performed, like an ACTH stim test or timed "spit tests". Anyway, I would suggest if you went out and see if you can find say 25mg time-released DHEA or 7-keto DHEA and try it and see if you get to feeling somewhat better from that.
In addition with these numbers (DHEA, FT4) compared with your TSH, I would consider the possibility of hypopituitarism from looking at these tests. Getting to see a TRH test would be very useful in opening up possibilities in what could be happening.