you work around it and/or you go a little over. so maybe you have oatmeal instead of eggs for breakfast. or you find another option that is a little lower in fat and have that more frequently while you have the eggs only occasionally. you could also do a whole egg and two whites. and for a one person serving, a teaspoon of oil should do you, not a Tablespoon. that will cut out almost ten grams of fat right there. avocado will be another infrequent food. good for you, yes, but a serving is 1/4 of one and it's basically pure fat.
could you swap out fish oil capsules for actually eating fish? that would kill two birds with one stone. and by the same token ask if there are any other foods that could get you the same benefit from. and for those other things, can you work those into meals? sprinkle the sunflower seeds on a salad or blend them up into nut butter or something like that?
beyond that if you trust the doc and this is actually helping to get you where you need to be, then ask your doc what you should do. mention that you're eating a much higher proportion of fat and should you be worried about it and if so what is the best way to work around it.
-google first. ask questions later.