When I was diagnosed last year I felt frustrated. I couldn't believe that I had to live the rest of my life with a chronic disease. When I was released from the hospital, I started crying every night, I wanted my life back, I wanted to be a normal person again. Then I started feeling tired. I wanted to sleep all the time. I could sleep up to 15 hours a day. I was getting up in the morning, drive my children to school, go to work, and then go home and go to bed. So, I decided I couldn't handle the situation on my own, and visited a phsycologist. After many discussions with her, I realised that I liked sleeping because that was the only way I didn't have to think about my situation, and my feelings. I started taking some anti-depressants. After several months, I started feeling better. I realised I couldn't live my life being miserable, and making my family's life miserable too. So basically the fatigue is gone now. I still have days when I'm feeling down, maybe cry sometimes, but it's not on a daily basis.
What I want to say is that if your blood work is OK, then most probably you need time to understand and accept what's going on. I know it's not easy, but we really don't have any other choice.