I'm a 66-year-old male who had a TIA 25 years ago. At that time, my right hand assumed a curled grip position which I was unable to open. I could move my right arm, only the hand was unresponsive. The rest of my limbs were normal (left arm/hand, both legs) as well as my core body. I could walk, talk, felt normal in all other respects. On my lower right lip I also felt a tickling sensation as if someone was stroking the skin lightly with a feather (the area was about the size of a dime). I was treated in the hospital and released two days later after my TIA had resolved. Two weeks ago I had a transient vision issue late at night while I was working at the computer. I found I was losing the ability to focus with my left eye. This event lasted about 15 seconds and normal eye function returned. At the same time, some of the fingers of my left hand were feeling ever so slightly "numb." I hasten to add that they were not actually numb but felt faintly different from normal as if they would feel numb if the sensation were much stronger. Hand function was normal. I was able to practice my guitar with no loss of strength or agility. The hand also resolved that night. However, since that time I've been feeling the feather-tickling sensation just to the left of the tip of my nose in an area of about 1/16"-1/8" square. I've had no other symptoms, no eye-blurring or left-hand-finger involvement. The nose tickling is transient, lasting only a few seconds, but its frequency is increasing from a few times a day for only two days during the week to now, for the last three days, occurring each day several times throughout the day. I feel a stroke or TIA may be imminent. Do you concur?