Yesterday, 06:53 PM
Hi and welcome! I do not understand what those numbers are referring to- you mean she has nursed 17 times in 5 hours?
Yes overall it is 100% normal for a breastfed baby to kind of "wake up" at one to two weeks of age and want to nurse essentially ALL THE TIME. Unless, based on output (poops) or weight gain baby is not getting enough, this is normal breastfeeding frequency. Even if baby were not gaining well, the issue would be the low gain and not the frequency of nursing.
You might want to consider if bedsharing is appropriate for you. Here is some basic info, and you can get much more from the book Sweet Sleep : http://www.llli.org/sweetsleepbook/tearsheets
if you are insane with needing sleep, you may be too tired to safely bedshare, or after reading up on the science, you may find that your particular situation is not one that is safe for bedsharing for some other reason. In that case, you can instead give baby to another responsible adult, go into another room, and sleep. You can have baby brought to you periodically to nurse. An alternative is to express some milk, and give baby to someone else with feeding instructions, and go into another room to sleep. Try to put together at least 4 but no more than 6 hours of continuous sleep. It is amazing how much more functional you can feel after even 4 hours of consecutive sleep. But you want to keep it short as a long stretch of no nursing will harm milk production and cause you to become engorged.