No, battery aging manifests as less battery life.
Eliminate the two most common issues.
With buds out of case, disconnenct from buds and let them auto power off eventually. Clean the case pins and once buds off clean the buds pins, using isopropyl alcohol. Then once its dried, charge and see if that fixes it.
If not, then reset the buds, pair again, and use them til empty (one will go empty faster, usually the right one) and fully charge, that will then recalibrate the voltage sensor.
Let us know what happens, it will take you a couple of days til you know.
Once you get battery life reduction noticeable, then you have aging. Aging is unavoidable but rarely will be what decides the fate of the buds, typically there’s 500 charge cycles in a cell, so even if you used fully to flat every day that’s 18 months, most people though would take 3-5 years to get through all the cycles and commonly by then a newer bud takes your interest and these end up little used.