If an amateur may guess, I'd suggest that you saturated yourself with enough Humaworm, according to the protocol, to finally reach where the critters were hiding.
This formula slowly moves deeper and deeper into the tissues, I believe, and there is just nowhere for things to hide.
I find it amazing how much Humaworm can do in the body, considering how little of each of the 25 herbals we safely take each day.
And, then comes the biggest surprise of all...after we finish a round, Humaworm keeps on giving...for at least a month, and probably longer.
R.G. suggests we wait at least one week after a round, before doing a plain liver flush...if we desire one.
That's because a liver flush may wash the traces of herbals out of our livers, and circulation systems. What's the point of developing a saturation, only to wash it out before it has completed its job?
There is no real way to tell when your critters died, I think.
They could have been goners on the very first day, and have taken a while to loosen from wherever they were hiding.
Boy! I sure wish I had an event like that to boast about! My critters were more microscopic, I believe...or simply slow to leave.
I remember pinworms from childhood...thin, pointy at both ends, and about a half an inch long, right?
They would stab just inside the anus, with an itch that couldn't be reached. But the thick green senna drink we were given, got them, and just about us, too! The next day's cramps, in school, weren't to be believed.
Thank goodness we weren't given it often...and those few plain water enemas!
People just did what they thought was right.
That was the 1940's.
You are doing well! And then there are the 'in-betweens' to be sure populations are kept in check, without any concern for critters becoming 'resistant', while you wait 90 days.