I had an induction for my vbac at 40+3 due to rupture of membranes with no other progress. It was both hospital and my midwife's protocol to do so, at the time. The hospital no longer does vbacs, sadly, because EVERYONE there, including the OB who supports the midwives, and did my first section, was very supportive of vbacs. At some point, my blood pressure dropped really low (after 10 hours of heavy doses of pitocin and contractions one on top of the other I opted for an epidural and it caused a severe drop in BP), and the OB was called, and he stayed for the duration, with the midwife, never leaving my side, but also not ONCE suggestion the surgery. While I"m disappointed at how my birth went, I did not have the option for a homebirth and this was the only midwifery practice available. Anyway, I would do the induction again if it meant a vbac. Right now I can't even find comfort with a combination of care providers for my situation (already had a vbac and expecting another), and none of the OBs in the community I have to deliver at now will induce. I live 120 miles from the hospital, the weather will likely be really crappy in April (snow, freezing rain, etc), and I always go past my due date with a rupture of membranes and no contractions.