SSD Drive health 'critical' after just over a year of use?!

I bought my WD Blue SN550 1TB NVMe SSD back in April of 2020, and installed it in my laptop to replace the SK Hynix 256gb that came with it. I haven’t had any issue with the SSD until a week ago when I booted up and laptop and I get a warning saying that ‘Short self test unsuccessful’ and I manage to boot to Windows. I downloaded the WD Dashboard to run diagnostic on it and I am surprised.
It says the ‘life remaining’ on the SSD is 100%, yet the ‘drive health’ is critical and a subsystem has degraded.
I am wondering if anyone else has had this issue as well?

You should try contacting WD’s Technical Support about this for live assistance and troubleshooting:

To Contact WD for Technical Support

support.wdc.com

I have, they said in order to RMA it, I need to register it first. Yet I am waiting for them to register it since the system they have isn’t accepting the information I have when I try to do it. I plan on contacting them again soon since this was about 4 days ago at this point…
Thank you for the link though to the site