Given that I've seen noticeable effects with both 5 and 10 mcg doses of kisspeptin (five times per day) I'd suggest starting much lower than 200 mcg. It's hard to predict what kind of reaction you'd have to such large amounts. Additionally, you are not going to restart your HPTA in just a few days, or probably even in a few weeks. And a good rule of thumb for hormonal adjustments is that after stabilization on a new protocol one should give it 2-3 months before evaluating the results. Perhaps a reasonable compromise is to try multiple small injections daily for as long as you can stand it, then switch to one somewhat larger one each day. Be again cautioned that little is known about chronic administration of supraphysiological doses.
Here's how things went for me overall:
T=0, start GnRH and enclomiphene
T=2 months, start selegiline at 1.25 mg per day, small improvement in mood and motivation noted within a couple weeks
T=4 months, libido now consistently good after gradually improving over previous 4 months
T=5 months, start kisspeptin, within one month improvements noted in EQ and sensitivity
T=9 months, start phenethylamine at ~80 mg per day, modest increase in energy noted
T=12 months, increase the selegiline dose to 2.5 mg/day, within two weeks mood boosted to consistently good, motivation much improved
I'd been thinking the selegiline was not much of a factor in the return of libido, but with the timing I can't be sure about that; the variable wasn't isolated.
I have not modified my diet, nor have I had any blood pressure issues.