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Yep, that could be why. I had an anterior placenta, and I didn't feel a ton of movement, either. All it means is that the placenta is towards the front of your uterus, it doesn't cause any problems that I know of. It took quite a while before my DH could feel the baby move, too. Hope that helps.
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