My induction lead to the cascade of intervention. I was not fully informed of the dangers of induction and trusted the hospital knew what they were doing. I was induced... Not much happened all day then when contactions hit at about 8pm at night I was in pain and scared and told I had a long way to go and my hubby had to go home because he could not stay in the maternity ward overnight. I was left alone and afraid all night contracting by myself. The next day is a blur and my waters were broken I had morphine (the night before), I had anything I could orally, I was then given an epidural and the synto drip. Then because my son was not down low enough, and even though I was fully dialated I could not birth him and was taken for an emergency cesaeran which was a horrible experience. I can honestly say I don't look back on my sons birth with fond memories. I was scared, not only be my cesarean but emotionally and those wounds take longer to heal.
When I fell pregnant with DD there was no way it was happening again. I had a completely natural spontaneous labor at 41+4. It was easy to cope with the pain, my daughter was ready to be birthed and it was an amazing healing experience.
And although there are risks with a VBAC, there are also higher risks of a rupture with an induction, that is why you need to be monitored when you are induced and a rupture of an unscarred uterus is usually more dangerous than one with a scar. I had no idea of the dangers of induction because the hospital didn't care to inform me, and had I known what I was getting myself into there is NO WAY I would have allowed it to happen.
I understand this is not always the case but more often than not an induction leads to futher intervention which then leads to further risks for mother and baby. Please do as much research as you can and make an informed decision before you agree to an induction.
It is your baby and your body and you have the right to decline if you wish. But like a PP said alot can happen between now and you induction date. Good luck OP, I hope you get whatever birth you want