thanks for posting your query,
Well, reading at your description, I would have taken another approach besides inducing your pregnancy
at this stage. Since the baby is doing fine and seems to have intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR-which does not seem severe to me (as there is already a family history of low birth weight
in family), it would have been better to allow your pregnancy to progress till your due date while allowing you to monitor for fetal movements and your daily weight. If you had fetal cardiac monitoring device, then you would have been doing it yourself at home, just making sure the baby's heart is well.
My suggestion is that you should have a good nutrition, and allow pregnancy to progress naturally till due date.
I apologize that you feel offended by your doctor's methods, but I want to believe that he is in a better position to judge what is good for you and I do not think he would take the decision to induce if he had no good indication.
Just trust in his judgement and hope for the best with your baby. 36-37 week is not really premature (borderline) and your baby will come out just fine.
Hope this helps