Yes, unless your doctor says otherwise. Generally speaking, most insurers will allow you to travel during your pregnancy, however some airlines may not let you fly towards the end of your pregnancy so check the airline policy before you book your flight.
The risk of miscarriage is higher in the early stages of pregnancy, whether travelling or not. Therefore, in addition to experiencing feelings of nausea and tiredness, some women prefer not to travel in the first 12 weeks.
If you are an expectant mother planning a holiday, you will be keen to ensure you are able to travel with complete peace of mind. That is where travel insurance comes in. It could cover you for any unexpected complications, like medical emergencies, holiday cancellations and lost baggage.