Be aware that changing your stem/bars is only valid if your SADDLE is in the right position. So first you have to make sure that your saddle is the right height, not too far forward or back, the right angle and tilt...
There are a number of rules of thumb out there to get saddle height and fore-aft right, but I'd recommend a fitter first. Once the saddle is right, then you can tinker with the front end. On a side note, a longer stem may put more pressure on your hands but I can't see your position so I don't know...
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