The Canadian Pediatric Society says:www.caringforkids.cps.ca/babies/Circumcision.htm
“Of every 1,000 boys who are not circumcised:
-10 will have a circumcision later in life for medical reasons, such as a condition called phimosis. Phimosis is when the opening of the foreskin is scarred and narrow because of infections in the area that keep coming back. Older children who are circumcised may need a general anesthetic, and may have more complications than newborns.
Of every 1,000 boys who are circumcised:
-About 10 babies may need to have the circumcision done again because of a poor result.”
So about as many intact kids will need to be cut later in life (1%) as currently circumcised kids who will be circumcised AGAIN (1%).