Otherwise, yeah, ask a doc. They can see it a bit better than you and may have suggestions as to why it keeps happening. posted by amanda at 11:44 AM on January 9, 2013 1 favorite As far as I know, women are more likely. More from Women's Health : 7 Celebrity Butt Selfiesand What You Can Learn from Them 4 Ways to Get Rid of Butt Acne 8 Fascinating Facts About Your Butt. Tags: need to know sexual health. Posted by dget at 11:50 AM on January 9, 2013 1 favorite I'm a fellow round-assed girl and am somewhat embarrassed to admit I've had the same problem, but not for years, and had actually forgotten about it until I read your question. Moisturizing fixed it. Do you keep moisturizing even after it heals? If not, I would say just keep it moisturized, especially through the dry winter months. posted by yasaman at 12:25 PM on January 9, 2013 This sounds like what happens to a lot of. Posted by geek anachronism at 2:52 PM on January 9, 2013 I'm seconding the use of barrier creams - I worked in a nursing home for a year, and wheneve. It was a mechanical issue caused by lots of bicycling and other exercise in a hot, humid climate with ambient blown sand and dust, and it persisted for a few weeks once I had returned to the northeastern US. Both body wash and Dove keep me more moisturized all over that the other crap I used to use (Ivory, other cheap soaps). Might be worth a try. posted by jabes at 11:52 AM on January 9, 2013 In the interest of helping my fellow.