Those kicks are them being active in there. You need to flush them out of there. Mebendazole is not the most effective med in my opinion. You need to flush them out, because they either escape meds or if you take them when they sleep, they will not eat them. Pyrantel works well for most people but not all. It should be done as often as needed until you dont feel sick from it anymore and you feel no kicks anymore. Albendazole works well as it reaches them everywhere and ages them and makes them weak, but it takes months. Those in the GI feed more often and are hard to kill. Flush them out. Removing them from your central immune system will speed up recovery time in killing the systemic ones.