Since this question was posted, the situation has changed - now any user can find all their deleted posts. Simply go to your profile and in the question tab you can click on "deleted questions" near the bottom. Similarly, you can get to the list of your deleted answers through the answers tab.
Despite the fact that now there is an easy way to find all of your deleted post, I left below the original version of the answer - perhaps the information included there might be useful in some other situations.
I have run a SEDE query to list your questions: Questions (id, title) of a given user
. Since SEDE is updated once a week (you can see "Data updated Mar 17 at 8:47" in the Data Explorer, these data still contain the posts which were posted before last week - even if they were deleted during this week.
You could download the query results after the update and compare the two files. However, I tried to check this manually and compare the list from SEDE with the list of questions in your profile. I found three following questions which seemed to be deleted at the moment.
Since you are the poster of those questions, now that you have links you should be able to access them.
I have checked whether they are available in the Internet Archive, but I did not find any of these three questions there. As you can see, at the moment some version of the post is also available through Google cache (links are given above) - but I suppose that those cached links will stop working at some point.