Hello and welcome to the forum. This sounds very frustrating, I understand how you must feel. And the procedure with less than usual anesthesia sounds difficult to say the least. It's such a difficult time right now for our health care and I'm sure this is all taking quite a toll on you. Pain relief from radiofrequency ablation typically happens in 2 to 3 weeks so I don't think you are wrong to expect the side done first to begin to feel better. The unfortunate truth is that the procedure does not work for everyone. More than 70% of patients who receive this type of treatment have pain relief. Is it too soon to know if it has been successful for you? Possibly. Is the pain like you had pre ablation or more like muscle spasming? There is also slight risk of infection. You had that ruled out?
Here is a basic guide for readers to know about this procedure. It normally is well tolerated and works pretty well. I know with the current situation of the pandemic, doctors are seeing patients in person much less right now (which is better for you so to avoid transmission), however they seem to be doing much more 'telemedicine'. I highly recommend you check in with your doctor for your next step.