Nobody seems to care too much about the pee shivers, but I am very curious about this. When my daughter was a baby, an in-law said "pee shivers." and I asked "what?" they said, you know, when babies pee they do that shiver thing (as if it was fact). I had never heard of this. It came up at an in-law gathering, and was concluded (from those present) that boys have the pee shivers throughout their youth. My husband said he had them (not once he got older). I tried to look it up, couldn't find much, but do remember Wikipedia having something about it. Anyway, at the time I think I may have even written in to the SGU because I was so curious (and skeptical). Now it comes up and I don't know what to think. So, please, go over the pee shivers. Are they real? Who gets them? What's the reason? I had not heard Cara's reasoning that it's when you need to go. I had heard (like I said, from male in-laws and my husband) that boys get them as/after they pee. Anyone else have something to add?