The average adult, in decent health, without abnormal cholesterol levels, should have no more intake than 300 mg of cholesterol per day. The average egg has 188 mg. Are two eggs fine sometimes? Yes, but it should not be done too often. It all depends on your current blood-cholesterol levels, the rest of your diet, amount of exercise etc. So having two, or even more, may not be so bad, depending on the rest of your diet, etc. All of the cholesterol is in the yoke, so egg-whites are no problem. Scrambled generally have all the yoke mixed in. If you have them over-easy, or sunny-side up you can pretty much choose how much yoke you eat. If you only eat some of the yolk, you are only consuming some of the 188 mg average of cholesterol per egg. Sometimes I have a couple of eggs, bacon, etc, and I have the eggs sunny-side up, and did my bread in the runny yolk... but I don't eat all of the yolk.
A good cholesterol lowerer is sunflower seed.