Aaron Carter Reveals His Diagnosis & What Pills He's Been Prescribed

Aaron Carter has revealed he has been diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, which will be explored in a two-part interview on "The Doctors".

The 31-year-old crooner visited The Doctors for an upcoming two-part interview in which he candidly discusses what he's coping with and how it's being treated. Judy Ho take a look at. Hi, I have nothing to hide, ' the singer adds, making it very clear that his health state is not something he is ashamed of.

The publication also reports that the former child star takes on a drug test to prove that he is clean after shockingly confessing that he used opioids following a dental procedure.

Carter also brought his mother, Jane, on the show, asking hosts Dr. Travis Stork and Dr.

'THC aka marijuana was positive. Benzodiazepines, Xanax for example...positive, it was positive for opiates, hydrocodone as well.

Speaking of his drug use shortly after, he noted: 'I haven't taken any opiods, ' before quickly backtracking: 'Oh no, no, no, I did! "You have a mixture of benzodiazepines with opiates, which is how many people accidentally can die".

Carter admitted he was also anxious over his health due to the fact that people would tell him all the time that he looks like he suffers from AIDS or cancer or that he's dying.

Then, in early in 2018, while promoting his new album, LØVË, he spoke with ET again about his well-being: "I'm very healthy, emotionally stable, and a lot more in tune with myself and my feelings. I'm a healthy man". While on The Doctors, the singer got candid about what he is dealing with as well as the treatment. It's because I got my teeth done.

Two weeks prior, the I Want Candy singer procured his gun license and immediately purchased a 9mm handgun and two other assault rifles, according to TMZ.

See the promotional clip above.

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