It is understandable that you are concerned about the early induction and its safety for both you and your baby. While I cannot provide a definitive answer without knowing your full medical history, there are a few things to consider.
Firstly, it is important to trust your instincts as a mother. If you feel unsure or uncomfortable with the decisions made by your healthcare provider, seeking a second opinion is always an option.
Secondly, the fact that another scan confirmed everything is fine - including normal fetal heart rate, sufficient amniotic fluid levels, and normal blood pressure - is reassuring. However, it's essential to continue monitoring these factors throughout your pregnancy.
Regarding the change in estimated due date (EDD), this can happen due to various reasons such as discrepancies in early ultrasound measurements or irregular menstrual cycles. Your healthcare provider will take this into account when determining the best course of action.
Ultimately, the safety of you and your baby should be the top priority. If you have any concerns or doubts about the recommended procedures or treatments, do not hesitate to discuss them openly with your healthcare provider or seek a second opinion from another trusted professional.