Thanks for the link. It is a really informative video, and backs up what we were already thinking - though still didn't give me the answer I am searching for. I know there is no medical reason for a newborn, but we are looking for the rates of males that are not infants needing circumcision for a medical reason later. My f-i-l had to about 10 years ago b/c of diabetes complications (I think that's why, it was never a big topic of discussion at dinner or anything. ;-) ) - so I was wondering about numbers in those terms. Mainly to be able to have concrete facts - or, to put it bluntly, be able to tell that nurse that she is full of it.
Some doctors will suggest circumcision for boys if they get recurrent UTIs yet they would never suggest that parts of a female be removed for UTI.