I had a breech birth almost two years ago at home. It was a short labor (10hrs) compared to my first (44hrs). We didn't know he was breech until I started pushing. I still felt lots of movement in my ribs which turns out, were hands :*) And lots of movement down low, which turns out were feet! I did carry really high. I did not do a UC completely as I have a friend who use to be a MW attending but she didn't know he was breech either. Without an ultrasound, it would have been extremely hard to tell. Not so in your case, maybe! I am not sure. It's pretty easy to confuse parts with hands/feet, head/bottom/ etc... Anywho, my labor was intense but nothing compared to my first. The birth was super hard. For me, it just was. I knew once we found him to be breech that I had a time frame to push him out and at that point, I wanted him out fast anyway because of the pressure. From the time my water broke while pushing, it took him 10 minutes to be born. I did a land birth and it was completely hands off. That is to not stimulate breathing because that's where complications arise. He had cork wrapped twice around his neck but a super long cord and was totally fine. In fact, he was born asleep so we had to rub him to wake him up. His color was good, but he was a little blue in tint because he hadn't breathed yet. His head was perfectly round! The only other thing was his left foot was clubbed because of being a complete breech. But it fixed itself once he started walking. He's a super flexible child but he's amazing and I wouldn't hesitate to deliver a breech again. I don't even know if I want to know either way! I do know you can encourage them to turn by playing music with headphones low on your belly and using light low too...it's suppose to draw them closer to hear and see. I also know being on your hands and knees in pregnancy can cause them to flip around and doing some yoga. You could try a chiropractor. I did almost all of that and still had a breech baby. Some babies just like that position! Hope this encourages you. I can say that had I not just let it all go during labor and channeled my inner amazon woman, I may not have been able to do it. I remember thinking I left my body while pushing and I was watching myself from the outside because it was just so out of character for me to behave in the way I did but it was necessary to achieve the birth! Just allow your body to do what it needs to in order to deliver your baby!