Yes, it can be a common issue when publishing on KDP. Some of the main reasons which can create bleed issues while publishing on KDP are:
Wrong Choice Of Page Size: When creating your PDF (or other file format), you must select a KDP-approved page size. To find the correct page size to use, please check out the KDP-approved page sizes guide.
Your Printer's Ability: It's important to check your printer’s capability to print bleeds. If your printer cannot print bleeds, then you must ensure that your design does not include any elements or artwork that will be trimmed after printing.
Image Resolution: Low-resolution images or graphics may look okay when viewed online or on a high-resolution display, but when printed, the same low-resolution images can cause the artwork to pixelate or blur. To avoid this issue, you must ensure that all images used in your book have the correct resolution.
Bleed Settings In The Page Design Software: Each software program has unique settings for margins and bleeds. If your choose not to follow the KDP-approved page size guide, please make sure to carefully check the bleed settings to make sure that your design will not be chopped off after printing.
If you are experiencing any bleed issues while publishing on KDP, please feel free to reach out to the KDP Support team for help. They will be more than happy to assist.
I hope this helps.