I have been induced a little early both times due to PE, so medically neccessary. The first time, I was clueless and they pretty much did whatever without explaining anything to me.
The second time, I was prepared. I knew I had to be induced for baby's safety and mine, but I WAS going to do it my way. Instead of the gel or the drip, I told them they could break my waters first, and then I would walk around, bounce on the fitball, do what I thought would help. They were allowed to monitor bub every hour or so with a doppler, not the whole full belly-strapped to the bed thing, and check my dilation when I asked THEM. She was born about 5 hours after they broke the water, no other intervention, no drugs, no problems.
I'm not trying to be pro-inducing here, but if it DOES become neccessary later on, know that YOU do still have some say in what they can do. If you feel something isn't working or helping, speak up! It is your body, and your baby. There are always risks, even with 100% natural labours. As long as you know what they are, you are still in charge. Don't be afraid to ask "Why?" either, everytime they "suggest" something.