Unfortunately, no. See https://letsencrypt.org/docs/rate-limits/, specifically:
If you’ve hit a rate limit, we don’t have a way to temporarily reset it. You’ll need to wait until the rate limit expires after a week. We use a sliding window, so if you issued 10 certificates on Monday and 10 more certificates on Friday, you’ll be able to issue again starting Monday. You can get a list of certificates issued for your registered domain by searching on crt.sh, which uses the public Certificate Transparency logs.
Revoking certificates does not reset rate limits, because the resources involved in issuing the certificates have already been used.
Now, depending on which limit you hit (duplicate certificates, specifically) you might be able to get around this by adding an additional name to the certificate, and thus no longer having it be a duplicate. Note that the example in the quote above is specific to the 20 certificates per registered domain limit. I would recommend working in staging until you have this working, as staging has separate and much higher rate limits.
Additionally, encountering a rate limit indicates that you already have several certificates. Why can’t you use one of these.