Originally Posted by an_aurora
My placenta is anterior now too. Peanut recently moved to transverse, and the placenta is anterior, so I don't feel as much movement. The reason you're not feeling as much is that the placenta is between the baby and your tummy, so it's absorbing all those sweet little kicks.
ETA: Having an anterior placenta is not a problem, they only worry if it's down low near the cervix. Also, you can tell where the placenta is because it feels hard
Originally Posted by Llyra
The baby on my right has an anterior placenta (Baby A) while Baby B has a posterior placenta, and I can say that I felt Baby A move almost four weeks later than I felt Baby B.
Originally Posted by JennyClaire
Stupid question: How can you tell whether you are feeling Baby A or Baby B? My baby (assuming it is just one) is moving all over --- I have no idea how I'd be able to differentiate between one baby or another if there were two. Are twins more "locked" into one position than singletons?