Hi Aranda. You have me wondering where my test levels are. I have never been tested that I'm aware of. Regardless, I believe most muscle growth in women is fueled by GH, not T. So, despite comparatively super low T, women still have other hormones at work.
Progress tends to be slow in women. Think more about where you'll be in 6 months or a year from now. Visual progress from month to month is really incremental, and women who don't eat enough or don't eat adequate protein, often don't see any appreciable gains in the mirror. BUT sure, you can build muscle as a woman.
Some of the women who seem to make really dramatic progress - like women pictured in before and after pics for supplement company ads for example - Most were already athletic who had a foundation of muscle, and so when you see something really dramatic over 6-8 weeks or something like that, it's usually people who just lost body fat to uncover muscle that was already there.
Keep at it. Best of luck!