TIL Amputees sometimes feel pain in their missing limbs after they are removed. This is known as phantom pain. by whatilearned September 10, 2022, 2:51 pm Read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phantom_pain What do you think? 1 Point Upvote Downvote amputeesfeellimbsmissingpainPhantomremovedTILToday I learned See more Previous article I don’t understand how politics work in Lazy Town. 5 Comments Leave a Reply Yes…sadly Log in to Reply I had a colleague who had lost his left leg. He’d complain about his missing foot itching, and to stop it all he had to do was lift his trouser leg and see his false leg. That was enough to make his subconscious remember he couldn’t have an itchy foot, and it would stop immediately. Log in to Reply And suddenly I hear Midge Ure’s version of Man Who Sold the World playing… Log in to Reply My brother used to have phantom pain quite badly, after his left leg was amputated. Very awful, he had to take pain medication for a long time afterwards. Log in to Reply Phantom limb. Who else knows this because they saw it on House MD? Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.