I don't know - I imagine it would have a lot to do with just how much of a rupture it was, and how well it was repaired. Can you get your hospital report so that you know precisely what happened?
Was it an emergency-causing rupture? Not all of them are, sometimes it's just that the rcs happens for another reason (eg FTP) and the surgeon observes a dishesience while doing the surgery that wasn't actually causing a problem, and they would never have known about it if they hadn't ended up doing the rcs kwim?
So I guess what I really think is that the answer to your question is VERY contingent upon what happened with your rcs, what kind of a separation it is and why, and whether it was repaired or just left to heal itself (and who knows which is better, of those two). I would get hold of your hospital report, and proceed to get a 2nd & 3rd opinion.