Shouldn't a question not show up in the review queue to the one who edited it? This could be gamed - just edit a random closed question, review it as "leave closed" in the reopen queue, and get a free "reopen queue" review point (counting towards the Steward badge).
Is there any particular reason why it shouldn't? Think of it as a reminder.
Hey, you edited this question. Did you want to vote to reopen it, too?
Voting to reopen a question after editing it is a completely normal behavior. In fact, the Reopen Votes queue even has an Edit & Reopen button for each item. So I don't see why it shouldn't show you a question just because you've edited it.
Your options are:
- Leave Closed (you don't think your edit fixed the problems)
- Edit and Reopen (well, you've already done at least one of these, but you could do it again)
- Reopen (if you'd already voted to reopen, you wouldn't be given the review task, so here's your chance to do it if you think it makes sense)
- Skip (if you really don't have a strong opinion on the post you edited, this is always an option)
Per my comments in parentheses, all of these are possible and make sense in this context.