Aaron Carter recently made it to the headlines when the singer was arrested for DUI in July. Two months later, he was involved in a car crash in St. Petersburg, Florida when he totaled his BMW M4. Despite the series of mishaps to the "I Want Candy" singer, Carter managed to make an appearance on ER physician Dr. Travis Stork's show. He hopes to be able to address his underlying condition with the help of the experts.

Carter said he has been the target of vicious drug accusations because of his physical appearance but denies using any heavy drugs like cocaine and meth.

He was even accused of suffering from some type of cancer and AIDS because of his thin and pale appearance. However, he did not deny using other types of drugs outside of those prescribed by his doctors, mainly Oxycodone, Xanax, and Klonopin. "I take my drugs as needed…. Do I feel like I’m in control of [my prescription drugs]? Absolutely, I do. It’s in moderation, it’s as needed. It’s not to get high," he said.

Aaron Carter's other health issues

Coming clean about the possibility of contracting an STD, Carter admits that he has not been 100 percent safe during sexual intercourse. During the course of his admission, Aaron Carter was ordered to undergo several medical procedures such as a thyroid and liver kidney check, HIV test, STD panel, upper endoscopy and a series of blood tests.

He admitted that sometimes he got drugs off the streets but wants to stay free of them.

During his appearance on the show, Aaron Carter's medical results came in, confirming his claims that he has never used meth and only used cocaine once when he was 16-years-old. According to Dr. Travis Stork, Carter's medical results were negative for meth and cocaine but significantly tested positive for marijuana, oxycodone, and Xanax.

Dr. Domenick Sportelli who works closely with the singer said the combination of Xanax and oxycodone could be fatal; something that worries the doctors.

Bisexual admission

Meanwhile, his breakup with Madison Parker was rumored to have something to do with his sexuality. Parker, on the other hand, denied the allegations saying, "My split with Aaron has nothing to do with him being bisexual.

Our parting of ways is something that has been coming for some time and it's the best thing for us both."

In a report by the LA Times, Carter expressed his sentiments over his situation saying he wish he looked better and was able to eat just like everybody else.