I have had a tiny stroke.
The only indication that I've had one is that I thought I had a pinched nerve in my right arm. It would go numb, it'd feel like it was flailing around, even though it wasn't moving, or it would flail around. I saw my GP, he thought it was a pinched nerve, and I was awaiting my referral for the neurologist. Then, one week after I noticed it, Thanksgiving, I went to bed, and it was non-stop. Finally, my shoulder started jolting, and that made me decide to hit the ER. Of course, I'm trying to change into clothes, and my ass slides off the bed, and I can't get up, because my right arm isn't working, so Rosie calls the squad, they get me up, and onto the stretcher, then my right arm starts really jumping. They gave me some Versed which actually stopped the issue. Because of the pacemaker, they can't do an MRI, so they do a CT scan. Everything looks good there, no cancer, nothing showing up in the scan. And they put me in stroke protocol.
I see the occupational physical therapist, the physical therapist, and the developmental therapist, and they all said I was fine. Finally see the neurologist on Saturday, and from what they see, which really isn't anything, it's a tiny stroke.
Now I'm on anti seizure medicine. Still can't drive yet, though.