If you're willing to take the risk, you can take it off the needles, rip out until you're right before a purl row. Then slowly pop out one stitch at a time, inserting your left needle into the stitch that pops out. This would be purl, so you wouldn't have to worry about the yo's and such. Once you get all the stitches on your needle you can switch them if they're twisted and get back on track.
Or you can bring it to someone who can help.