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inconclusive mri

I have had headaches all my life.  I the last 15 years have had 2 prior mris with no problems reported.  I just had a third which resulted in an inconclusive result  (I believe she said that part was blurry).  My MD is not overly concerned, but wants me to undergo a second mri with glad (SP?)  She is telling me not to worry yet, but would not discuss what the possible problem could be.  How often does this happen?  
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Hello Dear,
You should go in for the MRI as the previous one could be possibly blurred due to some technical faults.Also MRI with the dye may give more  finer details and help in correct diagnosis.
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