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Normal in that it can happen but you don't want it to happen but its not a big problem until it goes up a lot.
Drive had a problem writing to part of the SSD so it marked it as bad and put the data where it could write too and that this has happen 5 times.
I wouldn't worry about it unless you start seeing jumps in reallocated sectors.
24.08.10 Reallocated Sectors Count - 4
In what Reallocated Sectors Counts ssd will fail?
It will not fail fail it will just go up and their will be a point where enough Reallocated Sectors have happened that it should flag the recommended action that a lot of Reallocated Sectors have been done to the drive and that you should backup and not use the drive an more as it could fail.