There are many Strongyloidae species, each have a different pattern. Some vibrate, some pulse on/off for a minute, some species pulse only for a few seconds, each one unique. Some travel in circles. All of these guys have one thing in common, they are red worms.
They are all members of Red Worms, or can be pinched off using red worm meds.
The body should be clear of white worms and flat worms before you start redworm treatment.
The meds for Red Worms take a while to put into remission, Most are put to sleep in a few months.
Strongyloides has a sequence of immune suppression, that is very conducive to complications, especially to species of Coopria, and other common parasites that are becoming resistant.
All of these worms have a similar pattern of immune system depression.
While not all people test positive for strongyloides that have them, they appear to be at the core of the problem.
I suggest going after the whole family, adjusting Interlukin 2, Interlukin 6, etc using beta glucan(OAT Germ), mushroom extracts, etc.
The meds that work for this family of worms are Pyrantel, Invermectin, Xanthoparmelia Scabrosa, Levamisole, Hexylresorcinol and others.
Nitrogen detox, Sulfur supplementation, and balance are required as well.
Eventually after about 8 weeks all but a few spiral worms are suppressed.
Certainly all species of Strongyloidae are controlled.
Dosing, schedule, and ramp of meds is a pain, but starts the healing process.
Maintenance pattern is unknown, but a few people stay on low dose LEV for a year.