My brothers don’t ride, but it would be interesting to see if they would have the same problems. At least I can blame my parents!
This is why I would consider pressure mapping if the issues are subdermal. If the issues reach through the skin, then please ignore.
This is a before/after from my second session, peak pressures were worse in the first session. Guess where my problem areas were? My fitter was aiming for peak pressures under 1000 mbar. In the first session the left area was hitting over 2000 mbar.
Moving my saddle up and back also helped me extend my upper body and rotate my pelvis forward, taking more weight off of the ‘sharp bone’ areas. When I have relapses/issues now, it is usually from sitting up too much during recovery rides, which puts weight back on the sharp bone areas.