Not quite the same but still abdominal surgery, I had an EMCS, ELCS and a hysterectomy, all within a 3 year period. Was ok, have some internal adhesions that I think are giving me problems, consultant had to unpick my bladder from my womb after my ELCS to do my hysterectomy and think some of it is still stuck together . But otherwise no problems with healing or major internal pain, can run and go to the gym just fine.
I've had 4 (1 emergency & 3 elective) .... last one was a month ago & was totally straight forward - quick (in theatre for <45 mins including siting the spinal), minimal blood loss, quick recovery (e.g. my 4yo is autistic I do a lot of carrying him). Mine were 2 years apart.
I've had 3, first emergency and the other two elective. 2 yrs apart each. All fantastic, no issues easy healing. I also had a ruptured uterus (caused by a rogue IUD) requiring major abdominal surgery between section one and two. Before I went in for the third section i asked them about the state of my uterus in case I ever wanted a 4th, so they looked closely at that during the surgery and the consultant came to see me the next day and talked me through it all, basically she said the wall of my uterus was dangerously thin with much scar tissue and if I got pregnant with a 4th I should expect to be in hospital for the latter part of my pregnancy and early delivery (although she didn't say don't have a 4th....). I don't think you need to worry about 3, they start getting concerned by no.4
I've had 3. One emergency, two elective. 17.5 months between the first two. I was told after one of them "don't get pregnant again for 6 months," but I got the impression that was what they told everyone.
I have never been told I have any adhesions, but I never thought to ask either.
I had no trouble with any of them. The last one was the easiest, possibly because I knew exactly what to expect.
I have always not driven for 6 weeks because a) my car insurers were vague about it and b) as a MW once said "it's not the driving that's the problem, it's that you will drive yourself to Tescos, lug the car seat out of the car, shove a trolley all round the shop and load and unload a weekly shop." However I did always carry the older DC up and down the stairs though, carefully, from the word go.