I have an anterior placenta too! I was confused as to what it meant but it means that the placenta is at the front so it will cushion the baby's kicks! Doesn't affect the health of you or your baby so don't worry! If you have a low lying anterior placenta then it may cover your cervix so you may have to have a c-section but in a huge majority of cases the placenta moves anyway!
I have one too, as OP say as long as its not placenta previa (i think) where it covers the cervix.. its nothing to worry about... and they tend to move anyway!
I have been feeling kicks for about a month now, so it doesn't mean you'll not feel movement. just maybe not as strong.
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