13 women revealed they became pregnant after being raped last year.
That's according to the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre, which is publishing its 2018 annual report today.
Over 13,000 victims contacted the National 24-Hour helpline last year - up more than 4 per cent on 2017.
Of those who suffered childhood sexual abuse, 14 per cent said the perpetrator was their parent.
Face-to-face therapy appointments were up 7 per cent, with appointments given to 582 victims.
About three out of every four people who contacted the centre last year were female.
About 20 per cent said they were raped or sexually assaulted by their partner.