I'm not completely clear why your physician has prescribed you Miltown (meprobamate). This is a very old, minor tranquilizer. It has largely been replaced by the benzodiazepines, such as Klonopin, due to their wider therapeutic index (lower toxicity) and lower incidence of serious side effects. Be aware that Miltown has most of the pharmacological effects and dangers that barbiturates have.
Like the benzodiazepines, Miltown should be used for the short-term relief of anxiety. If long term medication is required, anti-depressants are the preferred choice.
In doing a little research, I found this fact interesting: As of 2012, meprobamate (Miltown) is no longer used in any developed nation. Hence my question as to why your doctor chose this medication???
The very best to you, Chris!... Chuck