This can be for any number of reasons. She can want attention, she could mean it but it's the same pain I get if I were to sob, or, she can have a health problem. A trip to the doctor should clear up the problem. If her doctor says she is ok, you can get a second opinion, and if that doctor says everything is ok, then chances are, she is either playing you or it's normal pain that can happen when you cry excessively. I am not trying to sound rude or say anything bad about your daughter. You might know that she is an honest person, but I am just going on what I say to a stranger when giving advice.
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