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It depends on how far along you are in your pregnancy. Sit-ups and crunches are generally fine in the first trimester, but it's best to avoid them afterward. (They'll be harder to do as your pregnancy progresses anyway.)
In addition, lying flat on your back past midpregnancy tends to lower your blood pressure and may cause you to feel dizzy. This is a particular concern if you are among the 10 percent of pregnant women who have low blood pressure already.
If you want to work your abdominal muscles, a better exercise would be to do cat and cow yoga stretches. To practice this sequence come to your hands and knees on the floor. Then alternate between arching your back upwards (like a Halloween cat) and then relaxing it.