Hello all, welcome to my thread. About a month ago, I casually asked in the WRUW today thread for some office chair suggestions. The couple of people that reached out to me all said Herman Miller Aeron. I was familiar with the chair, but had not done much research into ANY office chair at that point. After searching around for a bit, and doing plenty of research, I pulled the trigger and got a fully loaded Remastered version. I was super happy with it. It was comfortable and breathable and I was felling pretty good about my purchase We're almost 3 weeks in and the honeymoon is over lol. Has been for about a week actually. My question to you all is: did you have to get "used" the the chair when you first got it? For the record, I was not really having any major issues before with my old chair. My butt would go numb after sitting for a while. But that's it, aside from my poor posture, which is really all I was trying to correct to save me from future issues. But now after using the chair for about 3 weeks, my lower back just straight up HURTS! It feels tired and achy by the end of the day, and during the day I just can't get comfortable.This started happening at the end of the first week of having the chair. I have been trying to tweak settings (the chair has the posture fit system) so I have been messing with the lumbar adjustment. At first I had it at its lowest setting because it seemed uncomfortable at anything more than that. But then the other day I engaged it all of the way, and it actually seemed to help a bit, but I was already too far gone I think. I'm just trying to figure out if my body is just getting used to sitting in this position or what. I actually went to the chiropractor this morning (unrelated) but I told him about trying to find a new chair to help with posture, and the problems I'm having. He took a couple of x-rays and we are going to take a look at them tomorrow. I just find it hard to believe that I'm so uncomfortable in a chair that is supposed to put you in a natural position lol. Is my back just that messed up? It might be... I have read about the chair not being for everyone. But it seems like a lot of those people complain about pain in other areas, not lower back. I mean even if I just knew that this discomfort is temporary as I get used to it, that is fine, because that is what I ultimately want. But if for some reason this is just how it is going to be, then I'm going to have to ditch it!