Gee has been dealing with a stress reaction in her back that has limited her output, with the club confirming that the young prospect has been on a modified program throughout the Suns' pre-season.
Despite the ongoing issue, Gold Coast made no mention of a potential recovery time for the young Sun.
“Alana is working through a stress reaction in her lumbar spine which has seen her placed on a modified training program,” Gold Coast's AFLW physiotherapist Indianna Franke said to club media.
“We’ll monitor her progression closely before making a decision on her availability.”
The Suns also provided updates on two fellow players, Jade Pregelj and Krystal Scott ahead of next month's season kick off.
Pregelj is still recovering from an ACL injury suffered earlier in the year and will remain on the inactive list going forward, while new Sun Scott is expected to be right for the season opener despite undergoing ankle surgery during the off-season.
“Krystal is working well through her recovery and is expected to be available for selection in Round 1,” Franke said.
Alongside Gee, the Suns also drafted Claire Ransom and Jasmyn Smith to the club last month.