Thank you everyone for your responses. When I went through C&P the evaluator told me that I should be closer to 70% rating for PTSD. Prior to leaving the service, I was in counseling for about two years and was prescribed Zoloft for my PTSD and Klonopin for my sleep disorder. There were also other drugs that they tried but they didn't seem to help. My pschcologist scheduled me for a sleep study and I was diagnosed for REM sleep behavior disorder. The sleep disorder makes sense because I would run in my sleep and thrash around. I had very vivid dreams of the incident and in the dreams I was running away. However, the sleep disorder is rolled in with my PTSD. This is what it reads in my claim -post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) (claimed as sleep disturbances/insomnia, anxiety, depression). It also says that the PTSD is non combat related but is occured in Iraq during deployment. I am a little confused on what would make it combat related or not.
Also, I spent a year battling a misdiagnosis from incompetent doctors who refused to grant me an off post referral. I had to go higher up to get them to listen. When I finally recieved the referral, I was sent to this amazing doctor who was able to diagnose me pretty quickly. I want to include that in my claim but right now they have the wrong diagnosis and it's rated at 0%. I had submitted the doctors notes but I don't think they have looked at it.
Thank you again!