First I want to congratulate you- because it sounds like the parasites in you are dying . That is why they may move around alot- IT seems they move around alot when under stress and discomfort.
Then the next day you see some dead worms in your bowel movements.
I also want to encourage you not to feel grossed out by all this- or the fact that you have parasites even. You are not less of a person because of this. parasites know no boundary and can infect any human -including celebrities and the very rich. We humans are all in this together. Some people still need to face this reality.
Many people have them and never know it because worms have a way of not being rejected by our bodies while they do their damage in us. Not to mention, that when they are comfortable in us, they dont call attention to themselves, so a person may not even know they're infected. I didnt know I had fluke worms til I did a colon cleanse. I went about my life thinking worms only happened to people in third world countries, or else if you didnt cook your meat good enough., etc.
You are on the path to getting cleaned out. Follow-ups are always something everyone should do every year- even if we dont think we have anymore worms in us- just to stop any reinfections from everyday life or housepets.
Improve your diet to exclude junk foods and refined sugars, and include more raw enzymes from fruits and vegetables-- and raw nuts into your diet. This will improve your ph balance-which will better fight off any viruses as well as potential parasite infestations before they happen.
Try to limit your meat, and if you must have meat- only eat the amount of meat that is the size of a deck of cards. and chew very thoroughly - and get some pineapple in you for digestion.
Like cows and other plant eating animals with long intestines-- The human intestines really were not designed for meat- but for plant type foods instead. The meat eating animals have shorter intestines, and therefore HAVE to digest meat to survive. Their intestines were designed just for meat.