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Its an ice allergy - there is an actually medical name for it but athletic trainers call it an ice allergy. I have the same problem and I went to the Doctor and they told me just to take an antihistamine before being in the cold for a extended period of time. I know my friends who are athletic training majors have to ask all the players if they have an ice allergy before they wrap them in ice - so its not like its completely unheard of.

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