Circ will not fix UTI even if he has no internal issues him having a foreskin has nothing at all to do with getting UTI's
I agree with pp tell them it isnt an option and that you want them to treat your ds like they would if he where a girl having issues with UTI. And like you mentioned it could be that the first UTI never really cleared up. Is he in day care or does anyone care for him other than you? Asking because of possible retraction.
Here are some links about the foreskin and UTI myth:
UTI myth: http://www.cirp.org/library/disease/UTI/http://www.nocirc.org/statements/breastfeeding.php
In fact, UTI's are so rare in any case that, using Wiswell's data, 50 to 100 healthy boys would have to be circumcised in order to prevent a UTI from developing in only one patient. (Using more recent data from a better-controlled study, the number of unnecessary operations needed to prevent one hospital admission for UTI would jump to 195.
FORESKINS: Seek Elsewhere for Infants' Urinary Tract Infectionshttp://www.cirp.org/news/1997.12.22_PhysiciansWeekly/
UTI Neonatal circumcision revisitedhttp://www.cps.ca/english/statements/FN/fn96-01.htm#PREVENTION%20OF%20UTI
The incidence of Geniturinary abnormalities in circumcised and uncircumcised presenting with an initial urinary tract infection by 6 months of agehttp://www.cirp.org/library/disease/UTI/mueller/
Protect Your Uncircumcised Son: Expert Medical Advice for Parents
By Paul M. Fleiss
Mothering Magazine, Issue 103, November/December 103
-Your son has a urinary tract infection (UTI) and needs to be circumcised to prevent it from happening again.
The belief that the foreskin slightly increases the chances of a boy having a UTI is highly controversial and, more importantly, unproven. Members of the medical profession in Europe do not accept it. Medical research proves that UTIs are most often caused by internal congenital deformities of the urinary tract. The foreskin has nothing to do with this. Even if it could be proven that circumcision slightly reduces the risk of UTI, it is an absurd proposal because UTIs in boys are extremely rare and are easily treated with antibiotics. Breastfeeding, too, helps prevent UTIs. Child-friendly doctors advocate breastfeeding not penile surgery.
Girls have a much higher incidence of UTI yet no one says lets cut something off because ofit.