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It is possible that the stone will pass through, so I would keep checking his faeces, sometimes they will sit in the stomach for a little while before entering the intestine. If he is eating/drinking/passing faeces as normal then I wouldn't worry at the moment as he is not showing any sign of obstruction. Signs of obstruction would start with vomiting which is often profuse and an inability to keep anything down. There would also be lethargy, reduced appetite and reduced/abscent faecal production. If this occurs then she will need to go to the vets straight away. I hope that helps, please let me know if there is anything else I can do.
I don't think that is likely to help at this stage, especially if it didn't work the first time