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I am not sure why you are getting gamma g?
So what is your exact question?
So what is your question for us exactly.
This is experimental.
It does not gaurantee quality because you are only measuring a quantity, not the actual functioning of the proteins.
none of that is born out by any evidence.
If your ovaries are not functioning, which appears to be the case, it is not likely that you will get pregnant.
A firtility specialist can do further measurements, but both you and your partner would need to be tested.
If you are not releasing eggs, then the answer is no.
However, you might consider, with the specialist, IVF.
and that can be inhanced. Once again, if you are not working with a fetility doctor, you are not going to get exact answers.