An anterior placenta is a common occurrence during pregnancy and typically does not pose any significant concerns or complications. It simply means that the placenta has attached to the front wall of the uterus, rather than the back or sides. While it may slightly affect your experience of feeling fetal movements, it generally does not impact your overall health or the health of your baby. However, in rare cases, an anterior placenta may increase the risk of certain conditions such as placenta previa or difficulties in monitoring the baby's position through ultrasound. Your healthcare provider will closely monitor your progress throughout your pregnancy to ensure everything is progressing normally. If you have any specific concerns or questions, it is always best to consult with your healthcare provider for personalized advice and guidance.