Figures from an online abortion pill provider showthat 878 women in Ireland used its service in 2017.
That is according to Together for Yes campaign, which is calling for the repeal of the Eighth Amendment in the upcoming referendum.
The figures provided by Women Help Women shows there was an increase of 190% in the provision of pills since 2016.
The campaign group has said removal of the Eighth Amendment is required to regulate the use of abortion pills.
Together for Yes coordinator Ailbhe Smyth said women need regulated care from their doctors in Ireland.
Ms Smyth said the group has raised €313,000 for its fundraising campaign and praised those who had donated particularly to its poster campaign, which beganon Monday .
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