Have labor induced
If your cervix
is favorable, using what is called a bishop's score, and you are at least 39 weeks pregnant, your chances of having a vaginal delivery
and a healthy baby are about the same as if you went into labor
on your own.
If you are electively induced with an unfavorable cervix, your risk of c-section goes up. Induction before 39 weeks increases baby's risks, like respiratory problems.