Not with mine. Have you had it serviced every two years like Rolex suggest? 🙂
Mine’s just had its first after 14 years, expensive but they do rebuild it and it looks like new. That, or an independent repairer is your choice I think.
It’ll just be that the rotor is no longer winding the main spring. Not major but unless it’s been for a service in the last 5 years I’d get it fully serviced. Not by a Rolex Service Centre, just by a good watchmaker who has a parts account with rolex. Rolex don’t recommend service every two years, although they give a 2 year warranty on service. normal interval is around 5 but plenty watches last in excess of 10 years without work.