First off, if I make a significant edit to a question I'll leave a comment explaining the purpose for my edit and what I changed. This can often help alleviate the feeling of "someone ninja-hacked my question!" that I occasionally see.
Second, if the OP decides to revert the edit, that's their choice, so I just move on.
If I feel what I had in my edit really needs to be said, then I'll leave it in a comment, but what I absolutely do not do is re-implement my edit. The OP obviously disagreed with the edit because they reverted it, and it's their question, not mine.
You tried your best to help out, and your help wasn't appreciated, so move on and help someone else :)