Seek alternative. Beclamethasone is category c during pregnancy, and should be avoided if there are good alternatives.
Probably, but. It is still pregnancy class c. Budesonide, as found in Pulmicort is class b.
Benefits vs risk. Beclomethasone is an inhaled steroid used to treat asthma and allergic rhinitis. It has a long history of use and it as well as Budesonide are the preferred topical steroids for use in pregnancy and breast feeding. The important to remember is that in asthma, if mom can breathe, then baby can't breathe. Asthma control is the key to treatment during pregnancy and inhaled steroids are the best.
Yes. Beclomethasone is a steroid, and when used sparingly as a cream or ointment (usually for an inflammatory-type rash), it should have no effect on pregnancy. To be totally safe, most ob/gyns will ask you to wait until the end of the 1st trimester to use these medications.