If those cuttings came from someone local's tank, that is one thing, but if you ordered them on line and they were grown emersed, that's another thing. In the first case you might need to wait a few more days for the plants to recover and start growing well. In the latter case, the emersed growth may not remain healthy, but new submersed growth should start soon.
Another case: you had good growth, but pruned off the tops and kept the bottom parts. Sometimes that results in poor growth for awhile, until the new leaves show up in enough quantity to support faster growth. Generally stem plants seem to do best if you replant the top stems, and pull out the old bottom stems.