And I have already told my husband, if this is a boy he will not be circ'd. At first he just kind of looked at me funny; now he agrees with me. Especially after he heard my BFF's son's story. I thought I would share his story for women who aren't sure yet either way. I know it's only one boys story but since it is possibly I thought here was appropriate.
My friend had her son ten years ago. She was almost 19 and her then fiance was 21. They were asked if they wanted to circ by the doc and decided to because every guy they knew was; so they didn't know how to deal with one that was intact. Chris had his circ and his father cried; Matt felt so bad for the pain his son was in. He flipped on the doc and asked him "WTF didn't you do anything to help him! He felt it!". The doc told him Chris would be fine and to just read the care sheet.
Chris had problems for years because of it. Turns out it wasn't quite done correctly. So, at the age of six he had to have corrective surgery. He was put under and given pain meds. He actually asked his parents why they did it if it was only going to have to be redone? Why didn't they leave it alone? Made his parents feel even worse about it; but they were young and uninformed. Kid STILL talks about it. He is afraid he may have to have it fixed again (doctor hopes not; but to cover his butt told them it was possible).
Chris is the reason I would not circ. My husband doesn't want any son of his to ever go through that. My aunt has 2 boys who are intact. One is fifteen and no one has made fun of his penis. Chris's has some scarring that could 'freak a girl out' according to his dad (he had to help him care for it after). Matt may just be overly sensitive; but I couldn't tell you for sure as I didn't see it.
So, my point is that it could turn out bad and the boy could have to have it redone; possibly more than once. Think of all of the possibilities before deciding. I'm not here to debate; just to share.