Neither 120/80 or 102/80 is anything to get induced over (obviously in my nsho non-medical opinion
). Sheesh. I too had pre-clampsia with my first and was induced at 35 weeks. However, I was so advanced, I had pitting edema up to my knees, my protein was off the charts and when I delivered dd1 (vaginally) my BP was about 200+/100+ - now that's something to be induced over, yk?
I mean I don't encourage anyone to wait until it gets to that point, but I was so glad I had docs who weren't ready to jump the gun b/c I was woefully uninformed being a first time mom. I did have the high BP and edema for weeks before that, but never dipped positive for protein in my urine. Only when that happened did they diagnose for pre-clampsia and start talking induction. FWIW at 35 weeks as a first timer, I had 2 cervadil the night before and my water broke the next morning. Of course I had pit, an epi, the whole nine yards, but I delivered her in 5 hours TBTG.
Do not let them talk induction or scare you into thinking you've got preclampsia with a BP like that and edema. The third sign is dipping positive for protein in your urine - two of three signs does not preclampsia make.
Sounds more like your doc is just getting impatient...sheesh as if she's the one having the baby!