Well, I'm in the minority. Yes, of course it is my body and ultimately my decision, but I took all of my husband's input as legitimate and worthwhile. I didn't just disregard his opinions on child birth, drugs, etc. just because he's a man. That is disrespectful to him as my husband and as our son's father.
I agree with this to some extent, but at the same time it sounds like she is taking his input into account. She told him she'd try, but she doesn't know if it's possible. That's really all she can do.
Your husband needs to be flexible, regardless of his beliefs. I wanted (and had) a natural/med-free labor, but I knew going into it that things could change. I mean, if you are late or whatever, you may need to be induced with drugs. Does your H go to any of your OB appts? Mine doesn't really but my OB has a 36 week "labor talk" appt where she really encourages husbands to come so maybe your OB could talk to you both about it at the same time.
And make sure you remind your husband it's not just your baby when you are the one getting up in the MOTN all the damn time. :P
ETA: Also, re: taking your husband's input, I would need more than him watching some Baby Center videos. If he had something else to back up what he was talking about (and I'm not just talking about pain management, but anything involving my body), then I would take it under consideration. Watching a video or two one morning wouldn't do it for me.