A regular confessor can be able to tell you if you struggle with scruples or not.
A person with scruples - ought to have a “regular confessor” who can direct them. Such is the age old practice in the Church.
For ones scruples interfere with right judgement of conscience. One can become like a ship without a rudder. For a time at least one needs that regular confessor. One follows his direction (in what is not manifest sin -like he says go murder so and so -that one would not do). He can also give you general principles for you to follow.
I will note too - for those who are scrupulous -that in general it can be said that scruples are to be “dismissed” not conversed with. Treated like a barking dog or a hissing goose --one does not stop to talk with either of those does one? No. One keeps walking (image borrowed from a Carthusian from the middle ages).
With the guidance of a regular confessor who knows one.
Note too that scruples can be a “transient” event due to a persons new conversion be it coming into the Church fully or to a better Christian life. If that is the case -you want to “nip them in the bud” as one can.
So get with a regular confessor - perhaps also in an appointment first - for a longer discussion