Bisoprolol is a beta-blocker which is a medicine that is often used to treat high blood pressure and heart problems.
Yes, you can take a Bisoprolol if you have diabetes. But a beta-blocker may hide some of the warning signs of low blood sugar. For example, when you take a beta-blocker, your heart rate may not increase as it normally would in response to a low blood sugar level. You will need to check your blood sugar levels carefully after you start taking bisoprolol. If you have low blood sugar often, your doctor may want to change the dosages of your diabetes medicine.