Well....do you think so? The repotting procedure and root disturbsnce is very stressful for the plant. I would like to see the plant green up a little first. Stressed plants are magnet for pest insects and are prone to diseases in the weakened state.
Ok, when you water -- and DO use unchlorinated water (rainwater, filtered water, or water that has been left in open container/bucket overnight at least, 24 hrs is better) -- does the water seep into the soil right away or does it pool on the surface and take some time? Water until moisture it drains out from the bottom drainage holes, then water one more time, but if you have a catch/drip tray on the bottom, empty the water if the pot doesn't soak it back up in a few hours. Now heft/slightly lift the pot. Remember how the weight of the watered container feels. Don't water again until the top of the soil when you poke your finger to the first joint feels dry, and the container feels light when you "heft-test" it.
If the potting mix is compacted and drainage is really bad, maybe. But you could also get a couple of earthworms and put them in the container to help open up the soil structure.
I like to add a little bit of extra in the water -- used coffee grounds (UCG also helps to feed the earthworms), left over coffee, tea, juice, rinse/swish out the last bit of milk, juice, soda in the bottle/carton, a bit of unsulfured molasses, etc.
It also helps to mulch the surface of the soil -- a layer of compost covered with grass clippings, shredded paper, hay/straw, chopped leaves....
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