I have also had this issue. While I cannot speak to why it is happening or how to really fix it, my work-around is to...
It seems that the issue primarily comes up when you add a row to an existing table, so migrating the content to a new table resolves whatever is going on.
It's important that your replacement table has all of the columns and rows you will need. If you have to add rows, you're likely to have the issue come up again, and have to create yet another replacement table.
Is it elegant? No. Does it work? Yes.
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