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Yes. Some massage chair manufacturers recommend that pregnant women not use these chairs because of a concern that stimulating pressure points on the back could cause premature labor. But there's no evidence that supports this claim.
Your baby is wrapped in many layers of muscle and fluid, which keep her well cushioned. When you sit in a massage chair, it's not much different for your baby than if you were getting a regular massage. There's no evidence that electromagnetic fields from these chairs are dangerous to you or your baby, either.
If you want to use a vibrating chair because you have low-back pain, keep in mind that pain in your lower back can be one subtle symptom of preterm labor. If you have an ache in your lower back that comes and goes, contact your healthcare provider.