Get a second opinion from a pediatric opthamologist. My daughter has Duane's Syndrome (her left eye can't turn to the left, so when she suddenly looks to the left, she looks cross-eyed). I read an article that mentioned this somewhat unusual condition when she was 2 months old and realized that she probably had it...when she was latched onto my right breast, she would always look up at me with her eyes, but NEVER on the left one because she couldn't. Her doc said "Nah, that's really rare, I would SERIOUSLY doubt your baby has Duane's Syndrome, but let's take another look at her 4month checkup if you're REALLY that concerned". Well at the 4mo checkup, the ped referred me to the specialist, who promptly diagnosed her condition. Not that the 2months made any difference in treatment or anything, but it just proves that sometimes, moms do know what they're talking about. I would definitely pursue it with another doc. Good luck!