Do some research on red yeast rice for cholesterol. From what I recall, in clinical studies it performed as well as or better than prescription statins. Forget what dosing you should use, easy to find if you google. Also, take CoQ10 with it, as red yeast rice supplementation can lower your natural levels of this as well.
Is this the first time you’ve had labs drawn in the last 3 years? Staying on near continuous is frowned upon in most circles, but talk to guys like Louie Simmons and he’s been on something consistently since the late 70s with no real issues. I get labs drawn about once per year or so, when I should probably do it more often, but come on man. Cholesterol is one of the most prevalent side effects from ‘supplement’ use. You need to get checked more often if you’re going to do that.
EDIT: Diet is also an area where you can clean up/fix some of your cholesterol issues. For example, I eat eggs every morning for breakfast. Literally, every morning with very few exceptions. Never had an issue till I started TRT 5 years ago. My theory is thus: your body needs cholesterol to produce test naturally, once you start using endogenous test your body is no longer producing and therefore no longer using the cholesterol, allowing levels to start climbing. An easy fix in my case was to start removing about half the yolks from my eggs each morning. That lowered my cholesterol at the time, and now I take RYR and CoQ10 when I am cycling to try and blunt the damage.