Everybody's butt is different therefore saddle recommendations are very iffy. Anatomy of sit bones (isheal tuberosities), position on bike (which affects the width and where the bones sits on the saddle as well as the weight on the saddle vs. on the arms), and very importantly, how hard you generally pedal (which also affects position of the bones and weight on the bones vs. supported by the legs).
The best thing that can help you is to describe the saddle you have, what the problem is. But the only way to find the one that works best for you is to try a bunch for significant rides each. My method has been to use a shop that has a satisfaction guarantee so that I can ride the saddle for at least several rides and return it if it doesn't work. Performance Bike stores and online has that policy and Bontrager dealers also have that policy for Bontrager saddles. There are others.