As to the question - bring the matter to your Priest as was suggested by another. It is difficult to know at times from a forum what actually took place…
I will though add a note in general - on this part regarding your concern about scrupulosity:
I will re-post another older post of mine:
Note too that a person can go through “transient scruples” such as during a period right after their conversion or their conversion into a desire to follow Christ faithfully or during their beginning the Christian path. Such too needs a regular confessor to assist (for a time until they pass - though a regular confessor can always be a good idea).
A person struggles with scruples - what ought they do?
A person with scrupulosity --ought to have a “regular confessor” who can direct them --and even give them some general principles/rules to follow -to apply (principles for them due to their particular scruples -they are usually not for those with a normal conscience). Thus with their direction they can dismiss scruples. Such is the age old practice in the Church. Obedience to ones regular confessor.
Scruples are to be dismissed not argued with.
Scruples are like a barking dog or a hissing goose -one does not stop to argue with a barking dog or a hissing goose does one? One keeps walking.
(image from a Carthusian writer from centuries ago).
As to counseling - that could be helpful depending on the case -but one would want to look for a counselor who can assist one in following the Churches Teachings - not go contrary to them (I have heard CA staff mention catholictherapists.com/) Some person with scrupulosity may yes also suffer from OCD - but the two are not simply equated.
Here is an article from Jimmy Akin of CA that I saw in the Register and saved for those who struggle with such.