I'm still on my first cycle, so I can't give you a success story, but I can empathize. I only had 11 follicles the day they decided to trigger, and ended up getting 7 eggs which, when I compared them to people in the teens and 20s seemed super low. But you really can't compare - everyone's different, and everyone responds to the medicine differently. At my monitoring appointments and after the ER while I was waiting to hear how many were mature/how many fertilized I just kept telling myself that it only takes one. And even though I'm really pleased with my progress at this point, I keep telling myself that, because even if a bunch arrest in the next day or two, it still only takes one to get a take-home baby.
I don't know if for you IVF is something you'll only be able to do once, but it might also help to consider that everything they learn can help you get more answers for future treatments.
I'm thinking of you, I definitely get what it feels like to seem like you're on the slow end and everyone else is "doing better" than you are, and I hope that you're able to stay positive and that slow and steady wins the race for you. Fingers crossed that you get good news on Monday.