It is a difficult call to get, I know. Especially when you're stuck at the office.
But, PCOS is not the end of the world. Do what you need to to control it though. The high cholesterol is to be expected, it is a common problem that goes hand-in-hand with PCOS. I would question what your ratio was, since the one number by itself doesn't mean that much. Both PCOS and high cholesterol are highly impacted by diet. Sugar and refined grains are your biggest culprits with both issues.
You can find several wonderful communities of PCOSers, knowledgable about dealing with the dietary considerations. One of them can be found at MDC
in the Finding Your Tribe section.
If you're planning on working with a dietitian, I would highly recommend asking them before hiring them if they have experience dealing with PCOS. Many don't, and the dietary concerns with PCOS are different than for non-PCOSers. You could also ask if they work with the South Beach or Atkins diet, and if they react negatively to that question, I wouldn't hire them. Low carb diets are generally the most effective treatment of PCOS. Some doctors will recommend going on birth control pills, but that's just a band-aid. They may offer you Metformin as well, but I would recommend trying to control it with diet first, as Metformin can have some nasty side effects.