I don't know the first thing about a bicornate uterus, and IDK what sorts of challenges that presents, medically.
But I was insanely worried about a breech baby with this pregnancy, for some reason, and researched out the wazoo (at 28 weeks, he's vertex so I'm not worried any more). I wasn't comfortable birthing in hospital with the current medical mindset (and lack of training and understanding) with breech so I would have considered an unassisted breech before I would consider a hospital birth.
I attended the first day of the Breech Birth conference and what I took away from that is that breech got a bad reputation due to prematurity and congenital abnormalities, so everyone went into a breech birth thinking, "this is gonna be bad" and then because they were scared they did more than they should and created the problems they wanted to avoid. IMO. This wasn't said at any point but this is what I came away with.
I heard a doctor from Denver speak - he's been delivering breech babies for 25 years, and has only needed to use forceps 3 times. I think he was the one who talked about the "adequate pelvis" and he was saying that almost every pelvis is adequate unless there was some sort of accident or disease that would have misshapen the pelvis somewhat. Might not have been him though. I should have taken notes :P
A doctor from Winnipeg, Manitoba said that vaginal breech risks are about equal to vertex birth risks.
A doctor from Israel talked about how he views breech birth- usually normal, easy, totally uncomplicated.
Jane Evans talked and showed pictures of a breech birth. She was saying that in a natural, undirected birth most mothers will birth hands and knees, and their bodies will move with the baby to the best positions for them (like, tipping the pelvis back when only the baby's head remains to be born to help the head flex, how the baby will spiral out on it's own as it maneuvers through the pelvis, how hands off they are, etc).
From research I've been doing a lot of midwives recommend not pushing for 1 hr after you get the urge to ensure full dilation.
Heres a photo series I like:http://londonbirthpractice.co.uk/joo...-series_2.html
Another one of footling breech:http://www.birthingway.com/footling_breech.htm
Breech waterbirth video on youtube that was pretty cool:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jD5939e5PZ8
And just a random c-section for breech video. I thought it was sort of strange/weird the amount of pressure being put on the baby, the pushing and pulling, the lapse of time from the baby being born to the umbilicus until the head was born, and how they had to lift the baby by the feet to help the head flex.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvzxSI2mzCs