You need to seek some help for your obsessive thoughts. I would also strongly encourage to not bother the girl you slept with anymore. You are going to end up facing harassment charges if you don't. She doesn't owe you anything. She's told you many many times she is not pregnant...your OCD won't allow you to believe it, which isn't her problem, it's yours, and one you must get help with.
We have a great OCD commuinity. I would recommend posting your concerns there. You need to address the OCD and that forum will give you some ideas of how to start doing that. Professional help is a must.
Yes, that is a good sign. She is not pregnant. Let this go. If you can not, then I agree that speaking to a therapist or your famiily doctor is a good start to working on some patterns of obssessive thinking. When you can't quiet your mind when you hear over and over that what you are worrying about isn't a possibility, then you must look at why you are still not able to quiet your mind.
I wish you well. She's not pregnant. (and if she were, you would find out soon enough. no need to worry. pregnancy does have an endpoint.)
Well, learning how to quiet your mind when you need to is a great thing. If she were pregnant, it wouldn't be the worst possible outcome . . . you would deal with that at the time. There are worse things . . .
Very doubtful that she is pregnant though.
Possibly talk to your doctor. From your screen name, I gather you suspect that you have OCD. Talk to the doctor about this or visit our OCD forum here at med help. good luck
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