Sorry you've had such rough time. To directly answer your question, it does not sound like migraine with aura without headache (acephalgic migraine). It sounds like there are several things going on here. It could be mixed migraines, or migraines and something else entirely. I would recommend seeing your GP as soon as you can (s/he is going to want to rule out a few things. Let him/her know you've had recent chiropractic work. It could be relevant). After finals week it would be a good idea to get an appointment with a neurologist.
This may or may not be relevant but (Vertiginous) Migraine is often misdiagnosed as Meniere's Syndrome. They can present similarly, but Meniere's has certain defining characteristics.
Let us know what happens. Some of us get sufficient care from a neurologist. More complex cases may call for a headache specialist.
Best of luck on your exams!
Post Edited (EvilFluorescents) : 3/15/2011 10:39:51 AM (GMT-6)