Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) have been deployed more densely according to high wireless demands. In a dense environment where a lot of stations (STAs) located closely, co-channel interference decreases system performance seriously. IEEE 802.11ax Task Group focuses on spatial reuse that utilizes finite frequency resources to address this problem. Although existing studies about spatial reuse have been discussed so far, interference from other basic service sets (BSSs) and cooperation with each access point (AP) have not been considered fully. To enhance communication fairness, we propose fair Dynamic Sensitivity and Transmission Power Control (fairDSTPC) that adjusts CCAT and transmission power based on AP cooperation. We improve communication environment of BSS which results in the worst throughput by exchanging information, such as throughput and number of sent data frames, between APs. Simulation results showed that our method achieved effectiveness compared with existing method and legacy system. In an open space scenario, our method reached approximately two times higher 5% ile downlink throughput than an existing method while maintaining 5% ile uplink throughput and aggregate throughput.