I believe that I should be able to review suggested edits to my own posts even if my suggested edit limit is hit. Furthermore, I believe that reviewing suggested edits to my own post (when I have not yet hit my limit) should not count towards my review limit.
I understand and support the general suggested edit limit, but I do not believe this should affect my ability to have a say on my own posts.
The workaround is for me to wait for the suggested edit to be approved/rejected, and then go back and edit my post myself. That is a functional workaround (except it can't be done immediately, I have to spend time repeatedly checking and waiting for the reject/approve), but I dislike SO's general model of forcing people use trivial but inconvenient workarounds rather than updating the rules to make workarounds unnecessary (other examples: editing another user's post to get around vote undo time limit, inserting html comments to get around minimum length / substance restrictions).