.... are most commonly caused by an error in the props or the direction of rotation. You have not mentioned a crash but for my theory to be right ,there must have been a recent crash which saw replacement props being fitted or motors removed and re-fitted.
Another issue which could be dramatic is a reversal of function settings on the transmitter. All four functions should be "normal".
Before any future flight attempt check that the transmitter trims are all neutral, hold the model firmly by the battery keeping it as nearly level as possible and gently open the throttle. It should be trying to rise straight up. Any twisting or rolling movement is revealing a fault
If you are flying your mQX in the X configuration. The Nth West and the Sth East props both rotate anti clockwise and have standard pitch. The Northeast and Southwest props rotate clockwise and have reverse pitch. If you are flying in the plus configuration Nth and south are anti clockwise, East and west are clockwise.
If you have moved motors in a repair there are two details to check.
1)The Nth West and Sth East motors have red and blue wires and the other two have black and white wires.
2) the motor plugs to the board are marked with green paint and this is always on the side closest to the edge of the board.
If none of this helps it sounds like damage to the board or a transmitter fault but it might be worth an email to a very useful team at Horizon Hobbies