Quoting Chelsea.J:" See that I get, and you're pretty much full term. I'm not judging anyone, Idk if I may have come across ... [snip!] ... And now I'm being monitored. Scary thought a premie. Good luck though with the blood pressure and congratz on the baby :3!"
I think sometimes the doctors want to do things on their schedule, sometimes it could be a factor of distance to the hospital for those with really short labors. If I wasn't being induced already I would be nervous about going into labor naturally. I only had a 3 hour labor with my first, and I am over an hour from the hospital in good weather. Since he is being born in the winter, I am worried about a snow storm that might slow me down and I might end up delivering on the interstate. Of course that could still happen with me being this close to term and the distance is still an issue. They say the second child comes faster than the first. On one hand I think it would be exciting to do the "rush to the hospital" on the other hand, it would be terrifying to me to have my husband deliver in the car.
The rest I would assume are impatient, or just uncomfortable.