can you get a tattoo in the opposite arm of where you received a smallpox vaccination?
yes you can get inked up, but just give a week just to be on the safeside the vaccination has no counter action :)
You can get a tattoo on either arm after a smallpox vaccination. It is best to wait thirty to sixty days after you have been vaccinated to allow the area to heal fully. Whether it be on the vaccinated arm and or on the opposite arm.
You can go ahead and get a tattoo, it will not affect anything. The side affects for the vaccine will only affect the arm it was given in if you experience any at all.