I had an unplanned c-section at 39 weeks, after 18 hours of labor. Anyway, we had all the common worries- pain, pain meds, being apart for the first 2 hours, etc, etc. She was really sleepy and hesitant to nurse at first, and the first few weeks were really hard on me- nursing around the clock and a lot of pain, but overall I don't think having a c-section interfered with nursing at all- our biggest struggle was just learning how to do it. Sounds like you already have that covered, having overcome some huge nursing obstacles already with your first. I didn't have to have the antibiotics that everyone is talking about though . I had a LOT of people in the hospital trying to get me to supplement with formula when she would be too tired to nurse so you may be prepared for that. Just remember that thier little bodies are still full of nutrients to last a few days so you don't panic if they don't eat a ton right away. This is what kept me calm and able to say no to formula. I also agree with the pp's- having a Boppy helped a ton. Good luck with everything!