This study aimed to determine the level of knowledge on cesarean section (CS) and its relationship with women’s decision to request CS or not in an uncomplicated pregnancy among pregnant women in a medical complex in Quezon City. Using purposive sampling, ninety-one pregnant women who were having their prenatal check-up in a medical complex in Quezon City for the whole month of September, were asked to answer the questionnaire. The questionnaire gathered information on the following areas: personal profile, knowledge on CS, and decision regarding requesting CS in an uncomplicated pregnancy. The findings revealed that the respondents had a high level of knowledge on the indication and benefits of CS; however, in terms of the procedures and post partum care and risks, their knowledge is limited. Further, the findings revealed that there is no significant relationship between the profile of the respondents and their level of knowledge, as well as their decision to request CS or not in an uncomplicated pregnancy. The obstetricians usually helped the women decide on what method to choose in an uncomplicated pregnancy.