Do people get those phantom pains with just a partial finger amputation?

Occasionaly. Sometimes, but often this is not a major problem and frequently resolves over time.
Nerve pain. Nerve pain form a nueroma may the better term. Phantom pain imlpies that the part is not there but the mechanismis similar. Sever injuries, crushing of tissue and nerve, stiffness, scarring can all lead to persistant pain. A nueroma means that there has been an injury to a nerve an healing is disorganized and swollen and scarred within the neuroma and they can be painful.

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What to do if I had partial finger amputation surgery three days ago?

Wound care. Swelling, avoidance of infection, follow up with your surgeon is essential for all these things. Make sure you have a timely follow up. Make sure you inderstand how the surgeon wants you to handle the surgical wounds and when anh how to resume motion of the injured and uninjured digits. Read more...

What do you advise if I'm having lots of pain caused from a partial finger amputation.?

Usually nerve. Pain after amputation is usually related to the nerves being cut. Medical Evaluation to determine if this is the case and medications targeting nerve related pain are the best course if action. . Read more...
Need a surgical eval. A traumatic crushing amputation can cause scarring around nerves resulting in chronic pain. Your best bet is surgical revision to remove the damaged tissue and scar around the nerves of the finger. These types of injuries tend to stay painful and do not improve with time. Read more...