I was never offered it after being induced, I was only offered paracetamol. If its something you're considering then make sure your birth partner is aware so they can make sure it happens. There can often be a delay from when you ask to when it arrives.
Hospitals tend to induce between 10 and 14 days after due date, unless medically you need to he induced sooner! I was induced and after 2 and a half days they finally decided to break my waters and put me on a drip to start stronger contractions, my body wad not ready for labour at all! I had the epidural after asking three times as I'd written I didn't want it,but I don't think you'll be offered it. Like a pp said, it's a good idea to have discussed things like that with your birthing partner so they know what to push for x
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