I would bet it is her eyes as well. Logan was only 4-4.5 when he started having headaches and eye weariness but the consistency of the pain led us straight to the eye doctor. They did not dilate his eyes. He was given a picture version of the standard eye test and his doctor looked at his eyeballs several times with various instruments and lights. We left with a Rx and headed to the eyeglass store. Within a week he had his new glasses and all complaints about aches and eye pain were gone.
Every few appointments his Rx has changed a bit so he has needed new lenses every 9-18 months. Luckily the frames last size-wise a bit longer.
My great-grandmother, my grandmother and my mother suffer from migraines. Now I do too. They got worse after the birth of my second child. My DD has told me a few times her "head hurts." She goes about playing and won't mention it again so I have never had to give her any meds. I hope it stays this way for a while. Migraines are not fun and would hate for her to have to deal with them. Especially at such a young age. Good luck, I hope they figure something out that's fixable!
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