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Charlie Sheen Concedes He 'Might' Be Bipolar: 'I've Come This Far, Might as Well Fix It All'

Originally posted 01/19/2016 10:20AM

Charlie Sheen continues to address his struggles.

The actor has appeared on The Dr. Oz Show three times this month to discuss his struggles with substance abuse as well as what he's learned about his HIV diagnosis. During his Monday appearance on the talk show, he also opened up about potential mental health issues.

When asked by Dr. Mehmet Oz if he's ever thought he might be manic, Sheen said he has been described and "diagnosed" as that before, saying there are "certain medical opinions, certain personal opinions that I might be bipolar."

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Charlie Sheen Says Previous 'Manic Behavior' Came from 'Partying' and 'Deep Substance Abuse'

Originally posted 01/15/2016 05:35PM

Charlie Sheen is continuing to open up about his struggles on The Dr. Oz Show.

In a preview for Monday's episode, Sheen, 50, tells Dr. Mehmet Oz that certain lifestyle choices have triggered "manic behavior" from him in the past.

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Charlie Sheen Will Appear on Dr. Oz Again to Talk About What He's Learning About HIV, His Manager Says

Charlie Sheen Will Appear on Dr. Oz Again to Talk About What He's Learning About HIV, His Manager Says

Originally posted 01/15/2016 12:00AM

Fans will be seeing more of Charlie Sheen on The Dr. Oz Show, PEOPLE can confirm.

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Charlie Sheen Back on HIV Medications After Seeking Treatment in Mexico, Manager Says

Originally posted 01/12/2016 07:35PM

Charlie Sheen is back on his HIV medications after seeking out alternative treatment in Mexico, his manager tells PEOPLE.

On Tuesday, Sheen appeared on an episode of The Dr. Oz Show to reveal that he had stopped taking his HIV medications and was seeking alternative treatment in Mexico.

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UpdatePosted 01/12/2016 06:30PM

Charlie Sheen Temporarily Went Off HIV Medications to Seek Alternative Treatment in Mexico: 'So What? I Was Born Dead'

Originally posted 01/12/2016 03:10PM

[YOUTUBE "Qd03_UdxYB8"] Charlie Sheen temporarily went off his HIV medications and sought alternative treatment in Mexico.

"I'm been off my meds for about a week now," he said in a pre-taped segment for an appearance on The Dr. Oz Show Tuesday. "Am I risking my life? Sure. So what? I was born dead. That part of it doesn't phase me at all."

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Charlie Sheen Says Most Recent Rehab Stint Was a 'Relief' After '2,000' Tries to Quit Drinking

Originally posted 01/11/2016 03:15PM

[YOUTUBE "Zi3IPboyScw"] Charlie Sheen is coming clean to Dr. Mehmet Oz.

Sheen called his latest stint in rehab a "relief" in part one of an interview airing Monday on The Dr. Oz Show, in which Oz asked Sheen how many times over the year's he's attempted to quit drinking.

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Nurse Said She Had Unprotected Sex with Charlie Sheen After Learning He Had HIV: 'I Was in Love with Him'

Originally posted 11/19/2015 11:00AM

Amanda Bruce, who says she dated Charlie Sheen for "about seven, eight months," has revealed that she had unprotected sex with the actor despite being fully aware of his HIV-positive status.

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How Radio Superstar Elvis Duran Lost 100 Lbs.

How Radio Superstar Elvis Duran Lost 100 Lbs.

Originally posted 07/29/2015 07:00AM

When Sam Smith and Lady Gaga want to talk about how great you look, you know you're doing something right.

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The Dr. Oz Controversy: How His Wife Lisa and Oprah Supported Him

The Dr. Oz Controversy: How His Wife Lisa and Oprah Supported Him

Originally posted 04/30/2015 11:00PM

Dr. Mehmet Oz has his wife Lisa to thank for helping him weather the storm that gathered when 10 physicians demanded his dismissal from Columbia University last week.

And some encouragement from Oprah Winfrey didn't hurt, either.

"Oprah's a very supportive woman. She's very mothering," he told PEOPLE while celebrating the HealthCorps Annual Gala in New York City on Wednesday night.

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