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Thank you for the question.
I don't think that she is having a headache. It is likely true what your husband has interpreted this to mean and that is her head was against the mesh sides. If she had a headache she would have touched her head and cried instead of saying "head". Also, she would have said "pain" or it hurts if she was having discomfort. Another good point that rules out a serious cause is the absence of other symptoms such as vomiting and also the fact that she is eating and playing normally and there is no disruption in her routine. Another fact is that a serious cause will not cause such intermittent symptoms occurring irregularly once every week but would cause almost daily symptoms which are progressively worsening. You can safely relax and there is no need to worry about this. She is not having a headache.
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Yes, the headache would have made it very difficult for her to fall asleep so soon.
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I completely understand and I am very happy to help. Thank you very much!