Yes, I am. I am from Europe where we have different titles for priests who belong to a diocese…which I do…as opposed to priests who are monks, friars, or belong to other religious congregations. We also have more variety in our titles, such as those who belong to the chapter of canons or, for instance is appointed the canon penitentiary of the diocese by the bishop and so forth.
You have received the sacrament of penance so there is no need to go back and receive it again as though you had not received it. If the confessor does not understand something or has a concern, he is able to ask you so the burden is not all on you. If I can’t hear the penitent, I have a responsibility to step forward and say there is a communication problem.
It is also not unlike receiving the Eucharist…even if you do not consciously remember swallowing It, if you received It, you do not have to go back and receive again because you do not consciously remember each instant of Its presence.
As for diagnosing scrupulosity…this is a matter one can’t do over the internet. It is something to talk about with your confessor. You could simply be very sensitive or delicate in conscience. Also, if it is something that seldom and rarely happens, it does not make you scrupulous at all. The priest where you are is best positioned to help with these issues and questions and concerns. Don’t be afraid to ask him, even at the end of your confession. “Father, could I ask you…do you think [name your concern]?”
I assure you of my prayers.