Yes, it can be long and hard like that.
s If you really look inwards and just listen to yourself and the baby, do you feel that you are both okay? If so, just keep going.
Changing positions can be helpful, because sometimes staying in one position can cause the cervix to dilate a bit unevenly. Don't wear yourself out, but it may be helpful to try a few new positions.
Getting in the birth tub if you have one, or having a warm shower may also help.
Just so you know, during my UC I never had a pushing urge. I waited for a very long time for it to come (7 or so hours after transition). If you think or know you are complete, or think or know you have gone through transition, you may want to try a test push at some point and see how it feels and whether the baby descends. Most women have a natural pushing urge at some point, but not all. Don't rush yourself. This is just something to consider if you are thinking about transferring.
Also, if you do feel you need to tranfer, that is okay too. The important thing is to be aware of your body, your needs, and your intuition and to listen to yourself. Stay calm, breathe, look inward, and allow that sense to help you decide.
s and strength to you.