Yes. Pregnancy-related medical conditions may be considered disabilities under the ADA, although pregnancy itself is not an ADA disability. If an employee makes a request for reasonable accommodation due to a pregnancy-related condition, the employer is obliged to consider the request under ADA rules. Additionally, as amended by the Pregnancy Discrimination Act, Title VII specifically requires that women affected by pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions be treated the equal to others who are similar in ability or inability to work. A pregnant employee may be entitled to job modifications, such as telework, modified work schedules or assignments, and leave (to the extent provided to similarly situated employees).