I would study the pros and cons and then follow what makes sense to me and decide. If something is not convincing me at all, I would decide not to do it, but if there is more certainty than doubt then I try it.
The answer is absolutely 'No'. Taking any thing against which you are not sure about its benefit or positive action might put you in an embarassing situation. If any doubt arises, what I feel you need to consult a professional or skilled person for proper guidance.
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