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Yes. There's no evidence that swimming in a properly chlorinated pool is a safety concern during pregnancy. Most pools use chlorine to kill bacteria that can be hazardous to humans.
So you run more of a risk by swimming in an unchlorinated pool, since you could pick up an infection that could be harmful to your pregnancy.
Swimming during pregnancy
Mara Gaudette, M.S., CGC, contributed to this answer. She's a teratogen information specialist with MotherToBaby, a service of the nonprofit Organization of Teratology Information Specialists (OTIS).