Either your controller isn't properly calibrated, or it became deteriorated due to falling on the ground a lot (for example). The analog mechanism could also be faulty.
If that's the case, it's likely that the analog stick will become inaccurate on its center, causing the player to move erroneously due to the controls. (it was a problem with my other pad and the DsPad plugin for iDeaS, which was way too sensitive)
Anyway, since there's no point playing a DS game with analog controls, you may try slightly moving the analog stick around (so it doesn't glitch that much), and instead use the D-Pad to play the game.
Even on my Logitech Rumblepad 2 one of the analog sticks sometimes thinks that it's turned slightly so it thinks it constantly going left or the like and usually just moving the stick about a little or unplugging and then plugging the controller back in again fixes this. Of course it also helps to make sure I don't have Xpadder assigning other commands to the buttons (I sometimes forget for instance that I have Xpadder on my no$gba profile when playing Devil May Cry 4 on PC).
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