What numbers in particular? Did your doc test for HDL and LDL and for large vs small LDL as well as oxidised LDL levels? The typical “cholesterol test” is meaningless, kind of like cholesterol’s role in predicting heart disease. There are so many more relevant markers that it’s amazing it’s still tested at all. It’s also a lot more complicated than how much yoghurt and egg yolk you consume, but any underlying causes supposedly aren’t important as long as we eat less cholesterol-containing foods, right? A theory that’s made a lot of people a lot of money, but has done absolutely nothing to stem the uncontrollable flow of heart disease. In fact, it’s only helped make it worse.
You might find this article informative if you’re concerned, but you can read about what a crock the Lipid Hypothesis is all over the place, and could’ve done for the past few decades.