Normal eyes don't do that. I would take the child to a neuro-ophthalmologist that works with children.
The pediatric ophthalmologist can probably help with the referral
Thank you, Dr, Hagan. I should have mentioned that he did see a neuro pediatric ophthalmologist at a children's hospital and he said that his eyes were normal. This Friday he has another EEG scheduled. Any additional direction you can provide will be greatly appreciated.
Then at this point you may need to invoke "watchful waiting" which is to continue under close observation of the pediatricians, neurologists and pediatric neuroophthalmologists to see if new symptoms develop, present symptoms worsen or hopefully the problem abates and the eye movements go away. Sometimes "only time will tell"
Thanks again for your help. We will certainly continue to work closely with the pediatrician, neurologists, and the pediatric neuro-ophthalmologist. I appreciate your time and advice.