Re: A Question about Circumcision (yes, a real question!)
The rate of UTIs looks like this for age under 1 year:
Additionally, it is not known if the UTI risks are related to the old instruction to pull back the foreskin to clean.
I would not circ for this reason. Really, you don't know that it will help, and girls are far more likely to get UTIs anyway, so if the baby is a girl, you will still have to deal with this issue.
I'd also make sure if baby is a boy and you decide to keep him intact, and he does need a cath, make sure you ask the person placing the cath if they have experience on intact penises without retracting them before you let them near him. I've heard one too many stories of boys who were retracted (which likely causes infections) because the nurse had no idea how to place a catheter without retracting.
ExtBFing, ERFing, CDing, bedsharing, selective/delay vaxing mama to Lucas (2-21-09) and Gabriel (4-16-11), and loving wife to Rodd