DS turned breech at 31 week-ish and stayed that way. Moxibustion and ECV did not work for us. And if I could do everything over again, I def would go about it differently. I went with the scheduled c-section at 38 weeks and regretted it every day since.
Do you have money in your bank account? If you do, then you have the money for a chiropractor. If the choice is splurging on a cute baby outfit, going for a night out, making the minimum payment on your credit card this month or having a c-section what would you chose? I would def put chiropractic work in the #1 priority category.
Babies do often turn in labour so I would not schedule a section but work with your caregiver and see what both of you are comfortable with - ie once labour begins and has progressed to X point and the baby is STILL breech then we section. Or if your water hasnt broken, you can attempt a version during labour. Or if things are going well and your have an experienced care giver, remember breech does NOT mean a csection. The study done do indicate that a section is better than vaginal delivery is inaccurate and notoriously poor science (all other studies since have indicated that a section does not mean a better outcome for mother or baby). Good reads are Silent Knife, The Thinking Womans Guide to a Better Birth, Spiritual Midwifery, Ina May's Guide to Childbirth.
If your care giver is telling you breech means an automatic section, start looking around for someone else and start reading so you know what questions to ask.
This time round I had chiropractic care every month and at around the 32 week mark this one went head down.
Questions I always ask myself regarding my first pregnancy are - if I hadnt done a version so early (32 weeks) would DS have turned on his own? (did he get tangled up in his cord?) If I had actually waited until he was ready to be born, would he have STILL been breech? If I had decided on a vaginal breech delivery and just showed up in the hospital in full labour (none of my care givers - midwife and ob or any hospital in my city would even entertain the possibility of a breech delivery), would that experience have been any worse than a c section?
Good luck. I hope your baby turns for you soon....it is so hard at the end of the pregnancy when your emotions are at their highest to deal with this.