HappiMommi, I truly hope you end up going naturally before you are induced, and if you are induced that your body copes with it better than mine did. I went into hard painful labour very quickly and the only way to describe the sensation is that it felt like my hips were cracking apart and at one point I was thrashing around trying to climb out of my skin. I ended up needing an epi in order to cope. I was told, after, that my experience was "typical of being induced." My induction was not elective though, I tested positive for GBS and too much time had passed since my water breaking (which it did spontaneously) and I was not progressing on my own, thus the risk to dd was going up. That said, the epi (even though I am praying with my entire being not to have to take that again) took the edge off, I was able to sleep and my body relaxed and when I woke up my body was already pushing on it's own. I did not top up the epi meds and was able to listen to my body, push on the urge and was told by my dr and the nurses that I was the "best first time pusher they had ever seen." They kept asking me "are you sure you've not done this before?"
It is exciting though, seeing the end in sight. Good luck to you!