Post; wait a week; see if it's gone live; and complain if not.
I know it's hard to sit still and leave it alone, but unless you want to quickly swoop in and give it 5 stars (to counteract the first day one bombs), there's no point in faster checking. Watched pots don't boil faster.
It's hard to get over the "is it posted? is it rated? is it rating well?" excitement. But you will. What cured me was reading a bunch of stories that ranked as well or better than mine and realizing that different people rate on widely varying criteria - another way of saying that stories I think are absolute crap get 4.7s and stuff I think is well crafted sometimes doesn't break 4.5. Everyone's different, and then when you factor in 1 bombs and sweeps, you start to realize that the results can be pretty random.
I think my "The Captured Princess" is really very well written, with well drawn characters, interesting sex and a plot full of fun. But the Princess doesn't win an unmitigated victory over her foes at the end, and plenty of people raised on Disney princesses were deeply offended by that. The ratings didn't suck but it was not the 4.9 I dreamed of. Meanwhile, Chosen, which has shallower characters and had so little sexuality I put it in non-erotic, got into the 4.8s. Go figure.
People are mostly here to get off to fantasies about their daughters, sisters and moms from what I can tell. Ratings on anything more intricate can be disappointing. Try to climb out of the trap of caring, and focus on writing what you feel and like.