I understand that doctors are human, and have their bad days like anyone. But also like anyone they really shouldn't let it effect their work to the point of being that rude to a patient.
It all comes down to this...you have to be happy and comfortable with your doc and all the decisions. And he/she has to listen to you. My first real GI was really good, and he did listen..but he still went his own way. Luckly I moved and it was hard to see him so I changed docs. And then I changed them again and again. It took awhile until I found another good GI. When I did, his specialty was more about the liver than Crohns. We he knew he couldn't help me anymore, he suggested seeing someone else. That is what I liked about him. He knew his limitations and didn't have an ego trip.
Now I am with a doc that is good, listens to me, and actually LISTENS. I suggested Remicade to him and he said ok. He wasn't sure if I was truly flaring so he possibly wanted to do a scope on me. I told him about all my current symptoms and told him it definetly feels like a flare. He did do bloodwork to confirm I had inflammation but he also said that I know my body best and if I say I am flaring..than I am.
Don't worry...good docs are out there. Do some research. Check out www.ratemds.com Good luck and feel better.