We have no idea of knowing just exactly what your state of mind and intentions were. I’d say it’s impossible over the Internet. Especially when you struggle with scrupulosity, you should know that given the randomness and anonymity of the internet, you will always get at least one answer that confirms your worst fears. Always.
I saw your other thread where you mentioned (before this thread, so this is likely something that happened after that Confession. I understand that, so please bear with me) that a priest told you to relax, say Act of Contrition, and go to Confession once weekly. My suggestion would be to do just that. Follow that priest’s advice. Do not seek alternative advice from anonymous people on the internet. As another poster, CBCatholic, said on your other thread:
The “correct protocol” is for the scrupulous person to listen to the confessor and do exactly as instructed, and not question what they are being directed to do. So you are to do exactly as he says. If he says you did not commit any mortal sins, you did not commit any mortal sins. If he says come once a week–do so. If he says relax–relax.
Because you are scrupulous, you may not always be able to judge the severity of your sins, or tell what actually is a sin, you may feel you are not doing enough to make up for your sins, you may doubt your forgiveness and want to confess sins already forgiven or run to Confession too often. You need your confessor to guide you in these things, and help you to overcome your scrupulosity as much as possible and be able to form correct judgment about these things. So you should listen to him and follow his directions, not question things on an internet forum.
The peace of Christ be with you.