Hi Corrie, it sounds like you've taken a significant step towards putting together your medical history. I'm not a specialist or anything, but I can see how you'd see PTSD in your history considering how your parents reacted when you tried to tell them that you were in pain. How traumatic it can be for a child to be made to feel that his/her pain is not significant or does not exist when it is, in fact, very real.
Consider writing down your history, breaking it down like a timeline from your earliest years to the present. I did this once and was surprised by how many things I'd forgotten, yet they came back to mind when I took it year by year. Write down how old you were, what happened, and how you felt about
what happened, and take it when you see your new doctor. It just may help to see it all on paper.
Best of luck to you,
Dx Crohn's Disease 1996
Have taken Prednisone, Pentasa, Rowasa, and Asacol
Currently on Asacol 2400 mg daily to manage remission