I don’t think so. In fact, you may want to ask this confessor to become your spiritual director.
Shame is not a good trademark for a Christian. It is rooted on pride.
The day you are free (or significantly separated) from pride through God’s grace, you will come to realize that there is not one thing in man that does not deserve to be put to shame.
To go to the same confessor and to humbly ask for some spiritual direction will help you in understanding the root of your sins, which may or may not be lust.
I have experienced that pride can often be the root of such sins. But it could be vanity, or a combination of all three.
Also, we do have to come to an understanding that sexual desire is very good, and that there is absolutely nothing wrong in feeling a strong attraction.
The issue is with the disordered desire to experience sexual pleasure. The issue is in wishing to posses the other person, dehumanizing it; the issue is with destroying horribly the wonderful act of matrimony, meant to bind the spouses in a sacred union of love and bring forth new life.
A sincere and profound devotion to the Blessed Virgin will help very much in the fight against lust. Pray to her every day, even carrying an image of her on you which you may look at and pray every so often, will teach you what true beauty is, what purity looks like, what chastity means. You will still experience the most natural and very good attraction, but it will be purified. You will also learn to be prudent, for it is with good reason that we honor Our Lady as Virgo Prudentissima. You will learn that we should be willing to mortify ourselves by exposing ourselves to all sorts of temptations, except lust: for before lust we are like paper before fire: no matter what, we will catch fire.
You did say the keyword: disgusting.
This is the first step into liberation from the slavery to lust.
We all come to see, if we walk the path of chastity, that lust is disgusting indeed. It destroys all that is good and pure and holy in the sexual act. It turns it into something proper of beasts, unbecoming of the children of God. It turns something meant to sanctify the temple of the Holy Spirit into something that desecrates the Temple.
But running away from the confessor out of shame won’t help you at all. Because it is not to a man you confess. You confess to Jesus Christ. The minister acts in persona Christi. Christ hears you through his ears, and absolves you through his minister. No matter how far you go, the same man will be waiting: Jesus Christ, your God, your Lord, but above all else, your brother and your friend, who understands you and wants to set you free.
And by all means confess often, possibly weekly (and if you are blessed with a spiritual director, he will schedule your confessions and it will be no bother whatsoever). Christ told us to keep knocking at night and asking for the bread, even if this upsets the landlord. You will always receive what you need, and eventually by God’s grace you will be the one peacefully sleeping in God’s house and ready to wake at your brother’s requests at night