I know many ladies who had to be induced---not one had to have a c-section. I just met a woman today at dinner, who was telling me how she had to be induced weeks early with each of her 3 kids (they were all giants--one weighed 10lbs!!!!). I was telling her my baby feels massive, so that is how we got into that conversation. I have close friends and family members who had issues and had to be induced... again, all had vaginal births. (Most were due to high blood pressure. Others had other health issues and to treat it, the baby needed to come out. My SIL had issues with having enough fluid around the baby.)
If you are worried at all... what about asking for a second opinion from a doctor who is not in your practice? I'm scared to death of high blood pressure and the issues it can cause on the mother, so I'm opposite
I'm always checking to see if I need to pressure my doc on inducing me. (My bp is 103/70 range. I'm stalking it to make sure it doesn't go too high. It is obviously OK right now. I've had family members who have had BP spike up toward the end, which is why I'm paranoid)
It is completely fair game to worry about things--that is the mother in all of us
We just want what is best for our babies. You need to feel completely comfortable. Keep asking questions to your doc, make sure he knows your feelings, and talk to other doctors until you feel better. Remember, they can't tie you down and induce you
However, he should be looking out for what is best for you and your baby.