Charlie Sheen made new revelations about his HIV condition.

In an interview in the “The Dr. Oz Show,” he talked about his ongoing battle against HIV and revealed that he is dedicating his life to find cure for the disease that can lead to AIDS.

“I hope in my abilities to do something really positive with this,” he said.

The former “Two and a Half Men” star tested positive for HIV more than four years ago and in November, he opened-up on the “Today” show and admitted he was infected.

Charlie revealed to Dr. Oz that he regrets his decision to hide his condition to the public for so long and for stalling before doing something about his disease right after his diagnosis.

HIV treatment is a series of various medications for infections and retroviral drugs. Charlie Sheen admitted that it was recently that he decided to go off drugs for a while.

“There’s a host of side-effects that are manageable, I was just curious, as I think a lot of people are. You know, you ingest something every day, and you feel a certain way. I just got curious about what I might feel like off this stuff. And then, if what was being professed, if any part of it was true, then I thought it was worth exploring,” he said.

“I’m amazed that I’m actually alive. But I beat myself up from time to time about why it took me so long once I knew that I was HIV positive to really start embracing the whole physical package and the whole psychological package about bettering myself,” Charlie Sheen added.

Part one of the Sheen’s interview at “The Dr. Oz Show” aired Monday night (January 11).

It was earlier reported that some of Charlie Sheen’s ex-lovers plan to sue the actor following his revelation that he is HIV positive.

According to Daily News, at least five of Sheen’s former lovers are considering facing the the actor in court following his disclosure.