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Is it too late to take Sinecch?

I just had blepharoplasty 4 days ago and I'm going to get my stitches taken out tomorrow. All this time I have been taking a generic version of Arnica Montana 30x without the knowledge of Sinecch. I want to start taking Sinecch as it seem to be more effective than other generic brand. However, I'm unsure of the benefits of beginning Sinecch 5 days after surgery. There is still quite a lot of swelling of the eyelids (actually a lot of swelling) but not much bruising.
Will I benefit from taking Sinecch now? Or is it too late?

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