Thinking about it like that, is only attempting to "force it so"... even if you're not consciously doing it. You can't rush it. Some say "Love is an action" or "Love is a choice" or similar... all are partially right. Yes, love is a choice, just as much as it is a tingly emotion running down to your stomach as you merely lay eyes onto someone / your partner etc. However, those "Butterflies" don't last forever... when the "new wears off" as they say, the rest is absolutely a choice.. especially if you've taken vows / married.
Don't be asking yourself all the time "Do I love them?" or "Are my feelings back?" instead what you should be doing is just living your life. Live it how you want to live it. If you find yourself thinking about your partner, take a step back and evaluate it. Don't look for the answer "Is that love?" .. instead ask a different question "How do I feel when xyz happens like this?" and measure it and see if it's good. Once you learn to let go of all those questions and just LIVE... you will learn to see things as they come in. You may see it gradually, and you may just wake up one day and go "OMG, I don't think I can live without xyz-person"
Forcing it can bring about false positives, just be careful. To answer in short, NO! I do NOT think your feelings are going to instantly just rush back in. I've never seen that, however I have seen it take as few as a few months. This isn't a small thing you're going through, it's a huge, life altering ordeal and once you learn to cope and move slowly through it like wading through a deep pool, you will learn to relax and take things as it comes in, rather than analyzing every thing and searching for the ultimate answer. It's going to take a while. Typically, the more important answers reveal themselves if given the chance.
Good luck to you.