Yep - as I said 3 out of my 4 kids had a cord loop and for 2 of them it didn't matter at all.
My son had 3 very tight loops which is a complication that occurs in less than .02% of deliveries and even rarer for it to cause fetal distress.
As it happens he went into distress which was picked up by monitoring and delivered by c - section.
I think it's flirting with medical negligence to suggest a surgical delivery in the OP's circumstances.
The cord loop may be gone by the time you go into labour. And in the incredibly remote chance that it causes a problem for your baby, this will be detected and a c section called for.