It sounds to me like you are stirring them up and they are dying if you feel feverish and your stools changed texture. Many parasites
are microscopic. All you get is diahhrea when they die off. Don't go too fast.
I cleansed for a long time before I saw anything significant coming out if me. It is easy to confuse food with parasites
and vice versa. Was it undigested corn or a parasite. Was it a rolled up tomatoe peel, or a fluke?
Last year I found a product that cleared out a colony of worms that was causing a tender spot in my colon. I shat a wad of yellow, white and orange jelly looking wormy things. It was almost identical to the classic picture of Ascaris
that I've seen numerous times on the internet, and nearly as big as my fist. A few weeks later a smaller ball came out. Since then I will occasionally see a few yellow jelly like stringy things, so I know there are still some dying off.
They will shrink up a lot and flatten out when they dry. I kept one and showed it to a naturopath and an accupuncturist. Both of them said it is a tapeworm. I thought it looked like Ascaris
when it came out. But it looked very much like the "classic" internet photo of a roundworm once it dried. When I showed it to my neice she said "It's a roundworm!" I presume the doctors have seen more of them than me, they know what they are talking about, and it is a tapeworm. If so, then it just broke off a few segments and the head is still in me, and I'm going after it next. When I do an enema with Wormwood
, cloves and GBWH it feels like something is crawling up my guts trying to get away from it. Somebody told me they use their little sucker teeth for traction to travel around inside you. It certainly feels like that is what is happening with me.
It all depends on what kind of parasites
you are hosting. Cleanse for 10 days and see how you feel afterwards. If you feel better, it's more important than seeing nests of them, or big worms in the toilet.