No solutions other than returning it for a new unit. To my understanding, failure becomes increasingly more imminent the faster this count increases (someone smarter about SMART parameters could probably say more definitively.)
IMO it isn't all that unusual to see some hard drives (both solid state and spinning disks) begin to fail within the first month of ownership. To my understanding, this is the period where slight manufacturing defects too small for standard factory QA/QC to detect begin to show after a short period of usage. A place I worked at occasionally had HGST Ultra Stars and Intel's enterprise version of the X20 go bad after several days/weeks of usage...given those have arguably become some of the benchmarks of HDDs/SSDs, if they can go bad in such a fashion, I do not think any brand is immune to this. Several hard drive failure studies seem to conclude similar findings.
I'm not in love with Micron's decision to shift their consumer devision solely to 3d TLC NAND, but that's a personal issue I have. FWIW, their 3d TLC NAND drives seem to be outstanding as a general rule (but like virtually all storage mediums, not immune to factory defects that are sometimes not easily detected until later!)