In his recent interview, the former Two and a Half Men cast stated that his HIV status had no negative effect on his health. According to him, he feels much more improved.
Sheen, on Sunday, June 19, 2016, mentioned this in an interview with British media personality, Piers Morgan.
He said, “It is the future of HIV treatment, no doubt. It's one shot a week,"
"I feel lighter, I feel younger, I feel smarter, I feel sexier,"
The actor disclosed his HIV status in November 2015, when he was on an interview with Matt Lauer, on the Today Show.
According to Us Magazine, the revelation came due to blackmails received from people he had sex with.
Sheen was reported to have lost his virginity to a prostitute when he was just fifteen years of age.
Before the news of his HIV status became public knowledge, the actor already had acknowledgement as one of the top television casts.
He is more popular for his role as Charlie Harper in the TV series, Two and a Half Men, which featured Jon Cryer.
He has since been replaced following news of his HIV status.