The ruling, which came into effect in January, tightened the already strict restrictions on abortions. The NGO Abortions Without Borders said it has helped 34,000 Polish women get abortions abroad since the ban came into effect.
A coalition of 14 rights groups, including Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, said after the ruling that "women, girls, and all pregnant people have faced extreme barriers to accessing legal abortions."
Rights groups have called on the European Commission to take action against Poland. The Polish Constitutional Tribunal is already at the center of a rift between Warsaw and Brussels, which deepened after it ruled against the supremacy of EU laws last month.