Synopsis As Introduced Creates the Illinois Fertility Fraud Act. Allows the following individuals to bring an action against any health care provider, embryologist, or any other person involved in any stage of the treatment who knowingly or intentionally used the health care provider's, embryologist's, or person's own human reproductive material without the patient's informed written consent to treatment using the health care provider's, embryologist's, or person's human reproductive material: a woman who gives birth to a child after receiving assisted reproductive treatment or any other artificial means used to cause pregnancy; the spouse of the woman; the surviving spouse of the woman; or a child born as a result of the treatment. Allows a donor of human reproductive material to bring an action against a health care provider under certain circumstances. Provides that a plaintiff who prevails in an action is entitled to reasonable attorney's fees and compensatory and punitive damages or liquidated damages of $50,000. Provides that any child born as a result of the fertility fraud is entitled to a qualified protective order allowing the child access to the personal medical records and health history of the health care provider, embryologist, or other person who committed the fraud. Amends the Illinois Income Tax Act. Includes in the list of modifications of a taxpayer's adjusted gross income for the taxable year, to the extent includible in gross income for federal income tax purposes, any amount awarded or paid to the taxpayer as a result of a judgment or settlement for fertility fraud. Amends the Criminal Code of 2012. Provides that a person commits criminal sexual assault if that person is a health care provider who knowingly or intentionally provides assisted reproductive treatment to a patient by using the health care provider's own spermatozoon or ovum without the patient's informed written consent to treatment using the health care provider's spermatozoon or ovum. Amends the Code of Civil Procedure. Provides that an action for fertility fraud must be commenced within the later of 20 years after specified events.