Hi there. I have a True Bandl's Ring - a condition so rare my surgeons were extremely excited when they opened me up for an emergency c-section (apparently they'd read about it but had never actually seen one in real life).
Basically what they told me is that you have two lots of uterine muscles. The top lot push the baby down. The bottom lot open up the cervix. Where these two groups of muscles meet is the Bandl's Ring and in my case when I go into labour rather than this band expanding (like 'normal' people), it gets tighter and tighter, pushing the uterus into an hourglass shape, resulting in uterine rupture.
This combined with the fact my pelvis is too small to fit a baby out, means 50 years ago we would have been gonners.
Anyway, having this condition means that for subsequent babies I have had to be booked in for an elective c-section a week before their due dates so I don't go into labour (I am not allowed to labour AT ALL), and should I happen to go into labour early, I have been advised to get to the hospital ASAP.
I have had two more children since my first. All elective c-section (obviously) and have no problems. In fact my last surgeon said that I have very little internal scar tissue. The scar tissue rubbing on the internal organs is the main reason why they try to not encourage any more than 4 c-sections but I do know someone who has had 7.
Recovery with each has been great - been up and out of bed the next morning even though hospitals here in New Zealand keep you in for 3 nights/4 days.
The only thing I've found is that a lot of midwives don't want to take you on because they don't really understand the condition (I've made a point of taking my medical records with me so they understand) and explaining it in basic terms like those above. I had to go through the hospital midwives for my last pregnancy as I moved towns.
Wishing you all the best and if you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask - I'm not a doctor lol, but I may be able to help. :)