and I survived. I'm not going to lie, it was uncomfortable and some parts were painful. Mostly it's just a lot of pressure and felt hard to breathe. The nurse was very sweet and was trying to coach me to breathe and relax my stomach muscles as I exhaled. They did put me on oxygen for most of it, I felt a bit dizzy due to all the pressure on my abdomen.
Unfortunately it didn't work. They got the baby close a couple times but couldn't get him all the way flipped and as soon as they stopped he went back to his favorite position, head in my right lung. But I'm glad I did it, at least I know I did everything I could. Now we will have a consult to figure out if we can do a vaginal breech birth or if we should schedule a caesarean.
Now I am stuffing my face with chocolate and putting my feet up for the rest of the day!