ok, thanks for giving me more information but still you have not told me about removal of your both ovaries?In medical language symptoms of internal heat which you have experienced are called hot flushes.Hot flushes are a frequent symptom and are reported by almost 75% of women. Hot flushes can begin up to 2 years before the menopause and may continue for several years. Described as an intense feeling of heat generally spreading from your face, neck and chest, a hot flush usually lasts several minutes. The exact cause is largely unknown, though it is believed to be triggered by changes in the temperature controlling part of the brain.black cohosh: an estrogenic herb said to reduce cramps, congestion and hot flashesMy advise to you is that you should take appointment from your Gynecologist and she should evaluate dose of your estradiol.in addition following could be helpful for you.keep of where and when your flushes occur the most and try and avoid those situations. Avoid activities that seem to be associated with flashes.