First you do not have amblopia, that refers to an eye that does not see normal even with glasses. You have an eye muscle problem which ophthalmologists call strabismus. There are different types of strabismus but the most common is when the eyes cross (esotropia) or turn out (exotropia). What you had originally I can't tell, but what you describe now is exotropia (sometimes ingraciously called 'wall eyes'. You need an Ophthalmologist that specializes in strabismus. Since most cases occur in children they are often called pediatric ophthalmologists but most treat adults also. I did my residency at Emory but that was so long ago that the doctors on staff and in private practice are no longer there. A solution would be to contact the Emory U Dept of Ophthalmology and ask for an appointment with their adult strabismus specialist.