It's also possible you need the other index instead, rather than in addition to, the one you have know.
You always need to look at the usage stats too when looking at the missing index stats.
And, as noted, take SQL's recommendations with extreme caution. SQL always wants an index, even if it's not really justified when you consider all information about the table.
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